If anyone is still interested in the old ATI Remote Wonder, here's an alternate DIY Arduino-based receiver and EventGhost plugin for it. It works in Windows 10.
*** I've only used this with the original version of the ATI Remote Wonder. It will not work with Remote Wonder II (different protocol). I don't know if the other remotes supported in the original X10/Remote Woner plugin will also work.
- An Arduino board + USB cable. I've tried this on an Uno, Nano, Leonardo and Micro, but it may work with other versions.
- A 5v 433 MHz receiver module.
- 3 dupont cables to connect the above together. You will need either a male-to-female or female-to-female depending on the Arduino board.
Once you have the parts:
- Connect any of the DATA pin from the receiver to the Arduino's pin 3.
- Connect the VCC/5V from the receiver to one of Arduino's VCC/5V.
- Connect the GND from the receiver to one of Arduino's GND.
- Plug the Arduino board to your computer using a USB cable.
- The driver for the board should install automatically, but if it doesn't (Windows updates disabled?), go to Windows Device Manager, right-click on the device with a yellow exclamation, select Update, then Search Automatically.
- The board should show up as a serial port (COM#) device in Windows Device Manager.
- Download & install the Arduino IDE software from the arduino.cc website. You can uninstall this later after uploading the code if you want.
- In the Arduino IDE software, open the arw.ino file.
- In Tools, Board/Processor, select the type of Arduino that you have (ex: Arduino Leonardo).
- In Tools, Port, select the Arduino's COM# port (if unknown, try them all).
- In Sketch, select Upload to program the Arduino.
- To test: In Tools, select Serial Monitor, then 115200 baud. You should see the key code in hex as you push the buttons on the remote. Close this window before using the plugin.
- Install the EventGhost plugin, and configure it to use the same COM# port as above.