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Good day all, I am new with Fibaro and domotic. Last week I setup a Jeedom controller and it work fine with a Heat Controller, a light and door sensor. I ordered a KeyFob devise and I success setup the round key to switch on/off the light. However, I have difficultly to understand how to program for a little bit more complex application. I pain to find help with the documentation, as well. I would appreciate of you could give some tips and hints, a tutorial to better understand or if you could help to reach my goal. (I have a jeedom Z-wave controller) The idea is to setup "a menu" with the round key and the square keys. When I pressed once the square key: I would like to increase or decrease the heat with the + and - key After 5 sec, the + and - key are inactive When I pressed once the round key: I would like to increase or decrease the light of my room with the + and - key After 5 sec, the + and - key are inactive When I pressed once the cross key: my flat change to the "bye bye" mode (out the flat) (Heat=> 5°C, lights OFF) When I pressed once the triangle key my flat goes to "Welcome" mode (heat=> 21°C) For now, my main interest, is how to setup the round and square key, to "say" to the + and - keys, on with devise (heat controller or light) they have to make an action. I would like to avoid pressing to keys, as for example, the round and the -, to decrease the light. I guess it would be not possible, as the round and - keys, are to go to the KeyFob menu. Many many many thnak for your help and suggestion. I wish you a nice day. Cheers
Hi all, In an effort to ultimately build some artificial intelligence into/alongside the HC2, I am trying to get as much relevant information out of the system as possible. From the events api I can roughly monitor what is going on. However, I do not know what actually was the trigger for an event. Was it a scene, button or associated device? Is it possible to get this data out as well that you know? Thanks, J