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Hello,

I was just thinking... I expect most of you guys are using scenes to create moods, like "Cozy" or "good night" etc... I find that creating a cozy scene is a bit tedious since I have quite a lot of fibaro modules to configure.

I previously did it by building blocks, but whenever adding a new unit it is a bit akward to include it.

What do you guys think about writing some LUA code that loops through all switches/dimmers and prints all states ready to just paste as a new LUA-scene?

I am thinking that you could easily just spend 10 minutes walking through every room in the home, setting it to cozy dim level for that specific room size manually, then just run the script and just run a scene "Create LUA of current settings" that debug echoes out the current settings for all devices.

Ideally this would be provided by Fibaro as a button when creating scenes. [save current states as scene] or something.

[ Added: 2013-08-21, 13:04 ]

Made a quick attempt myself.

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This gives me in the console:

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Is it possible to have it output just the string without the "[DEBUG] 13:15:00: "?

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