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Using blastbot in HC3


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Hi,

 

Im trying to make a virtual device for the HC3 and Blastbot to control some IR devices.

Can anyone help me ? i cant find the right commands.

 

Thanks in advance.

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Use IDKFA command for understanding LUA and development process

and IDDQD command be a guru of HC3 

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1 hour ago, ChristianSogaard said:

Attaching my BlastBot QA i use in my kitchen.

 

 

one of the reason why i stopped to post any QAs are ppl like you. Really wondering how you can simply delete a copyright notice from paid QA and upload it as "own". Especially after i spend hours to help you with other integrations.

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27 minutes ago, tinman said:

 

one of the reason why i stopped to post any QAs are ppl like you. Really wondering how you can simply delete a copyright notice from paid QA and upload it as "own". Especially after i spend hours to help you with other integrations.

 

@tinman you are totally right. Its really bad style and there is no apology . I deleted my post.  I'm sorry i was really stupid done.

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3 hours ago, Peertje said:

Im trying to make a virtual device for the HC3 and Blastbot to control some IR devices.

Can anyone help me ? i cant find the right commands.

 

 

there are two ways:

- http over 80 - works slower (as it does wait for reply)

- tcp over port 9999

 

the last one works better. To make your own solution, take the Blastbot API description, check the

Please login or register to see this link.

, change port to 9999, add BUI things (e.g. buttons) with your IR code. 

 

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On 1/1/2021 at 11:58 AM, tinman said:

 

there are two ways:

- http over 80 - works slower (as it does wait for reply)

- tcp over port 9999

 

the last one works better. To make your own solution, take the Blastbot API description, check the

Please login or register to see this link.

, change port to 9999, add BUI things (e.g. buttons) with your IR code. 

 

 

I managed to do this right with the example, but only for IR code, for RF code it doesn't works in fibaro, only in blastbot app..

 

Is there any secret?

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  • On 1/1/2021 at 3:58 PM, tinman said:

     

    there are two ways:

    - http over 80 - works slower (as it does wait for reply)

    - tcp over port 9999

     

    the last one works better. To make your own solution, take the Blastbot API description, check the

    Please login or register to see this link.

    , change port to 9999, add BUI things (e.g. buttons) with your IR code. 

     

    Hi Tinman thanks for the reply. Im trying to make it work with your advice but i cant seem to manage it. Do you have a example where i can work from ?

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    3 hours ago, Peertje said:

    Hi,

     

    Im trying to make a virtual device for the HC3 and Blastbot to control some IR devices.

    Can anyone help me ? i cant find the right commands.

     

    Thanks in advance.

    Hi @Peertje

    Attaching my BlastBot QA i use in my kitchen.

     

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