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Disabled Scene Still Continues To Run??


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Hi all

 

I have a scene written in LUA only my HC2 that even when disabled (turned off) it still continues to run. I have no idea why or how is there something in the code to make it ignore the on or off?

 

All the scene is meant to do is check if the window is shut and if so close the blind on the corresponding window 30 mins before sunset.

 

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On the scene configurations "general" tab, does the "run scene" option say manual or automatic?

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  • When the scene is turned on it It is set to automatic, currently that I have it turned off it is set to manual.

     

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    Ok, what I think is happening is that your scene is triggered manually whenever one of the parameters inside the brackets changes --[[..... ]]--

     

    This means your code runs whenever a window is opened/closed or it is 30 mins to sunset.

     

    So you could delete all the values statements without any impact (try it).

     

    To disable the scene:

    Disabling/enabling

    1. Open the Configuration Interface.
    2. Go to  > Scenes.
    3. Click Disable/Enable button next to the scene you want to disable/enable

    Alternatively, you could create a global variable called "SunsetClose" and set that to 1 in another master scene. This LUA code then checks if SunsetClose is 1 before closing your blinds.  This allows you to programmatically control whether the blinds close or not.

     

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    10 hours ago, Tim__ said:

    Ok, what I think is happening is that your scene is triggered manually whenever one of the parameters inside the brackets changes --[[..... ]]--

     

    This means your code runs whenever a window is opened/closed or it is 30 mins to sunset.

     

    So you could delete all the values statements without any impact (try it).

     

    To disable the scene:

    Disabling/enabling

    1. Open the Configuration Interface.
    2. Go to  > Scenes.
    3. Click Disable/Enable button next to the scene you want to disable/enable

    Alternatively, you could create a global variable called "SunsetClose" and set that to 1 in another master scene. This LUA code then checks if SunsetClose is 1 before closing your blinds.  This allows you to programmatically control whether the blinds close or not.

     

     

    Yes, you are using my timer scene and it doesn't seem to care of scene is disabled before calling the scene.

    Unfortunately I don't have the HC2 anymore so I'm reluctant to patch the Timer scene.

    However, you can put a test in your code.

     

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    and it will exit if the scene is disabled.

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