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Scene shouldnt be triggered, but it is...?!



Until today i was convinced scene's are triggered by devices or variables i put in the upper section in the LUA script.


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I have a scene where i put in some actions when my wife leaves the house.

If her variable change the scene should run.

Her variable is "Ilse" and can be "Away" or "Home".


But i noticed the scene also runs when my variable "Remi" change status Home or Away.

The only variable in the upper section is her's and not mine, so i dont understand why the scene is running when my variable change?


The following  variable's are used in the script:

  • Ilse (Which can be Home or Away
  • Remi (Which van be Home or Away)
  • Rollershuttercount (Which can be 0 or 1 and is used as a flag to limit opening automatitaclly the rollershutter to one's a day, and is reset during the night by a "Maintance scene")


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The reason why my variable is in the scene is, because the rollershutter is of our bedroom.

When i have a day off i like to sleep a bit longer and dont want to wake up because the rollershutter goes up automatically when she leaves the house. :)



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Hi @Remi ,


Was your global variable Remi before put in scene header as trigger? If scene header is changed sometimes is necessary to restart HC2 so that triggers are reset.

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  • Hi @Sankotronic,


    Mmm, you could be on the right track with that.

    I've been tweaking the scene quite a bit lately, and the original scene had my global variable included in the header.


    Let me try a restart and see.

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  • Wow that did the trick indeed!


    Thank you very much, i would never have thought of that.

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