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in my HomeKit Setup, I have some Hue lights and the Single Switch with HomeKit.
I connected a scene to single switch toggle for all devices to shut off and one scene to turn all to on.
I have some more scenes, also with the lamp connected to the switch being off.
When I all lights are on, turned on by the single switch and afterwards I enable a scene with the single switch lamp being turned off, the turning off of the lamp by the scene dies trigger the scene to turn off all devices.
Can this be decoupled? Meaning, a switch and the lamp of the single switch don’t create a chain of scenes? Trigger the scene just on physical switch change and not on HomeKit state changes?
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