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The status of light in a global variable


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I wrote a scene that tracks the state of light in the room and passes it to a global variable. But this scene constantly reports that too many instances are running (

The room has a physical switch that, depending on this global variable, turns off or turns on the light in the opposite direction.

 

Maybe there is a more elegant way to write this scene?

 

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What are you going to do with global values, show them in a virtual device?
If you just want to read the values of a virtual device, it's better to read the status of the breaker directly and send the values to an VD with four Labels.

The status is updated each time a light comes on or off.

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    Thanks for Your response,

     

    I use global variables to a wall switch, by means of them, I define the state of the lighting in the room and translate the light in the opposite state.

     

    The button of the wall switch is connected to the S2 dimmer

     

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    I'm not 100% sure I understand what you actually want to do, but I think you want to toggle several lights at once... If that is the case, could you please try this scene? It does not use a global variable.

     

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    It seems that this is exactly what I need,
    Many thanks for the help and idea :)

    The scene is working, I'll check the clicks on the wall switch in the evening! )

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