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Dimmer Switch S2 clicking anomaly




Hi Brains,


This was working fine with my HC2. I've just moved to HC3 and I'm perplexed by the following behaviour: 


I have a Fibaro Dimmer with an S2 button and I have parameter 28 active and everything else is default. And this is happening with 5 separate dimmers.


So when I double click the S2 btn for the first time it prints out DoubleClick and works fine.

However the second time I double click it though it doesn't do anything. I try it again and nothing.


I then single click the S2 btn and it prints out Click. I then double click and it works and prints out DoubleClick. However I try double clicking again and nothing.


Same thing happens for single clicking the S2; first time it works and prints Click. Try it again and nothing happens. Try it again still nothing. Its not until I double click and it prints DoubleClick and then can single click and it prints  Click.


Any ideas what I've done wrong?




  conditions = { {
      id = 23,
      isTrigger = true,
      operator = "anyValue",
      property = "sceneActivation",
      type = "device"
    } },
  operator = "all"


local Debugger = 'True'
local sa = sourceTrigger
if  sa.value == 16 then
  if Debugger == 'True' then print('Click') end
if  sa.value == 22 then 
  if Debugger == 'True' then print('Hold') end
if sa.value == 23 then 
  if Debugger == 'True' then print('Release') end
if sa.value == 24 then 
  if Debugger == 'True' then print('DoubleClick') end
if sa.value == 25 then
  if Debugger == 'True' then print('TripleClick') end
if sa.value == 26 then 
  if Debugger == 'True' then print('Click') end


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