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wouldn't it be great to have a windows app working similarly like the mobile apps?

when working on a computer it would be really nice not to have to reacht for the mobile phone or log onto HC in a browser.

 

as an addition, or even instead of such a software a really nice effect would be links on the windows desktop to start scenes / switch devices on/off. Wouldn't this also be a relevant and nice idea for homescreens on android smartphones?

 

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can you not make it whit clicking on Dashboard? and add the start up to a brouser

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sorry i am new whit Fibaro and smart home stuff so i hope it helps

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wouldn't it be great to have a windows app working similarly like the mobile apps?

when working on a computer it would be really nice not to have to reacht for the mobile phone or log onto HC in a browser.

 

as an addition, or even instead of such a software a really nice effect would be links on the windows desktop to start scenes / switch devices on/off. Wouldn't this also be a relevant and nice idea for homescreens on android smartphones?

 

I would also like an Windows 10 App  for phone/computer

 

Alex: could you or someone else tell us how to make a url that starts a scene in hc2 ?

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@Frodo:

 

It is very easy with Linux.

Just type something like:

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Windows I am not using, but I have read, that you can create a script like this:

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This is from here:

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And than call this script with the same URL as mentioned before (instead of curl you take this script).

This will prevent opening a web browser.

And this can be used as a command in a shortcut file on windows desktop.

 

Not tested at all.

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@Frodo:

 

It is very easy with Linux.

Just type something like:

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Not tested at all.

 

Just one warning, don't use this if you're network environment not safe. You're username and password will be exposed, it's not encrypted (http).

So don't use it for commands over the internet!

 

The HC2 is not (yet) capable of handling encrypted (https) connections to the API.

 

BTW, happy to see another happy Linux user...

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EDIT: you can check the API-commands by going to:

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