- Nov 15, 2009
- Reaction score
- North Louisiana, USA
- Your Mac's Specs
- 2.8 GHz 2008 MacBook Pro 10.11, 8 GB mem, iPhone XS, 2015 iMac 16 GB 10.15.5 beta
Do you mean that these are the only things the Harmony supports or are these things the only ones you have taught the Harmony about? That might be important.As far as omitting the Mac as a controlled device, I never set it up to control the Mac. The listed devices for my Harmony are only my TV, TiVo, dvd player, Roku (which will be moving to another room) and the Apple TV, so the remote should not be affecting the Mini.
If the Mini has an IR receiver that is active (turned on) then it may not matter that you have not specifically taught the Harmony about the Mac. The codes are probably the same. Two examples might illustrate what I mean:
1. I had an Apple remote before I purchased my Apple TV. Of course a second one came with the Apple TV. The older one, which could control my MB Pro, will also control the Apple TV.
2. I have a cable box which is made by a company called Pace communications. I have used two or three different universal remotes with it over the last few years. If the remote in question does not have codes for Pace boxes I can use the codes for one or two models of Motorola boxes and control most or all functions.