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[SOLVED]Program button to interrupt scene or launch another one


Raulprivate
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Hi,

Is it possible to interrupt a scene when a button is pushed? Either to interrupt it or launch another scene.

I already have remote control with 4 buttons but I'd like to also buy an emergency button that would terminate the scene that is running. 

Could you please give me a hand with this or refer me to any other open topic related to this?

Thanks a lot!

Raul.

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Yes. It is possible

 

 
        if (tonumber(fibaro:getValue(switch, "value"))) > 0 then -- ID on switch to trigger
            fibaro:debug("Switch used manually - Jumping scene");
            fibaro:startScene(scenenumber) -- ID on scene to activate
        end
 

And if you just want to stop the scene

 
        if (tonumber(fibaro:getValue(switch, "value"))) > 0 then
             fibaro:debug("Switch used manually - Killing scene");
             fibaro:abort();
        end
 
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@Raulprivate I'm not sure what you need, if you would like to abort a scene from within the scene @Thomasn gave you already the solution.

Also you have the option to kill or deactivate a scene from another scene or Virtual Device.

 

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