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    Is it possible to create virtual devices to change device status of a denon amp? For example, when I request the night mode status with a script, I have a answer in the log for example psnightoff if the night mode is off, psnightlow if it is low. Is it possible to use this log info to set it in a virtual device?

    Thanks for help.

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    It is. But it would be better if the plugin did it in the first place...
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    • #3
      Originally posted by ingalls View Post
      Is it possible to create virtual devices to change device status of a denon amp? For example, when I request the night mode status with a script, I have a answer in the log for example psnightoff if the night mode is off, psnightlow if it is low. Is it possible to use this log info to set it in a virtual device?

      Thanks for help.
      If the only place it is registered is in log yu could use ultra log (I se it a lot) to do something based on something in log


      If you have a script that sets that mode just add set device alie for the VD after it
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      • #4
        thanks for the info. I will try these things.

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