Adding a command (like in the other cases) is done in a couple of mouse clicks. Click the Add button and you’ll be asked to enter the command name:
The keys of the keyboard shortcut are entered in the next window:
And then you assign a remote control button to this command, too:
The two red fields indicate that the remote control signal has been received. You are to press the RC button two times to avoid an erroneous press. You’ll see the newly created command in the list as a result:
The fourth tab is laconically called Macro:
No comments are necessary here, except that the macro-commands are entered in a rather curious fashion. An onscreen keyboard appears:
All the keys and shortcuts pressed on the keyboard are saved as one macro-command which can be assigned to a remote control button.
The last, Launcher tab is to set up the media application launch button.
This button can be made to launch any application from the default list or one that you select manually.