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Controlling Philips Hue with the Swipe


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Hi,

 

Is it possible to control Philips Hue with the Swipe? If so how can I fix this?

 

Marlon

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Hi @Kenmar,

 

I its possible, but you have to create lua scene a use gestures as trigger for a scene.

 

It could be simmilar to folowing scene, that i'm using for NODON, Fib Button and Fib. Keyfob test. But i do not know hot add there gestures UP/DOWN/LEFT/...

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Best regards,

Jakub

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  • 3 hours ago, jakub.jezek said:

    Hi @Kenmar,

     

    I its possible, but you have to create lua scene a use gestures as trigger for a scene.

     

    It could be simmilar to folowing scene, that i'm using for NODON, Fib Button and Fib. Keyfob test. But i do not know hot add there gestures UP/DOWN/LEFT/...

    Please login or register to see this code.

    Best regards,

    Jakub

    Hi @jakub.jezek,

     

    Thanks for the coding. I'm not that familiar yet with LUA coding but give me some time and I will:-) I will play with the code!

     

    Regards,

    Marlon

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