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  • wpiman
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    Originally posted by Ultrajones View Post
    It looks like you have HSTouch configured to send the command twice. I have the HSTouch actions configured as follows:

    Under Element Properties:
    Actions > Actions When Released

    Then when the Action Editor dialog displays, I select Current Actions > Control A HomeSeer Device, then under HomeSeer: Control a HomeSeer Device properties > Misc:

    Action Type = HomeSeer: Control a HomeSeer Device
    Device = {I select the Global Cache Device I want to control}
    Command = {I select the button I want to control}

    Can you confirm this is how you have the button configured?

    Regards,
    Ultrajones
    Using the default XML file-- I don't really know how to tell how the button is configured.

    At some point, I will probably generate a custom Android interface and I'll generate the buttons as shown.

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  • Ultrajones
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    It looks like you have HSTouch configured to send the command twice. I have the HSTouch actions configured as follows:

    Under Element Properties:
    Actions > Actions When Released

    Then when the Action Editor dialog displays, I select Current Actions > Control A HomeSeer Device, then under HomeSeer: Control a HomeSeer Device properties > Misc:

    Action Type = HomeSeer: Control a HomeSeer Device
    Device = {I select the Global Cache Device I want to control}
    Command = {I select the button I want to control}

    Can you confirm this is how you have the button configured?

    Regards,
    Ultrajones

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  • wpiman
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    Originally posted by Ultrajones View Post
    Hello. I used UltraGCIR HSPI and HSTouch with my Android phone and never experienced this behavior. How do you have the HSTouch button configured?
    Well, I am using the default Android XML that comes with HSTouch by default-- so I didn't configure the button-- it just comes that way.

    I hit two buttons-- here is my log.

    12/4/2011 8:52:20 PM HSTouch Server Client Android (71.245.236.56/1024) named Android has CONNECTED.
    12/4/2011 8:52:32 PM Device Control Command sent to UltraGCIR Plugin Cable Box IR Port: [12 Value Set Dimval: 54 Data: 0
    12/4/2011 8:52:32 PM Device Control Command sent to UltraGCIR Plugin Cable Box IR Port: [12 Value Set Dimval: 54 Data: 0
    12/4/2011 8:52:36 PM Device Control Command sent to UltraGCIR Plugin Cable Box IR Port: [12 Value Set Dimval: 56 Data: 0
    12/4/2011 8:52:36 PM Device Control Command sent to UltraGCIR Plugin Cable Box IR Port: [12 Value Set Dimval: 56 Data: 0
    12/4/2011 8:53:06 PM HSTouch Server Client Android:Android (71.245.236.56/1024) has raised LineDisconnected.

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  • Ultrajones
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    Hello. I used UltraGCIR HSPI and HSTouch with my Android phone and never experienced this behavior. How do you have the HSTouch button configured?

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  • wpiman
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    Actually, I looked at the log, and it appears that Homeseer is sending it twice.

    If I use HSTouch on my Android phone using the default screen, it is completely repeatable. I think it might actually be an issue with HSTouch. I'll try to deploy the default xml to one of our iPhones and see if it is just an Android issue.

    I thought I saw the issue using the web server... but I can't repeat it now. Maybe it is just an HSTouch issue.

    Originally posted by Ultrajones View Post
    No, the 1:1 and 1:2 is the Global Cache connector address. In the sample you provided, the count is set to 1.

    PHP Code:
    sendir,1:2,1,38461,1,1,345,172,19,173,19,86,19,86,19,173,19173,19,86,19,86,19,86,19,86,19,86,19,86,19,86,19,86,19,173,1 9,173,19,86,19,1184,345,86,19,3384,345,86,19,3384,345,86,193384,345,86,19,3846 

    sendir
    ,<connectoraddress>,<ID>,<frequency>,<count>,<offset>,<on1>,<off1>,<onN>,<offN> ... 
    connectoraddress=1:2
    ID=1
    frequency=38461
    count=1
    offset=1

    I suggest you contact Global Cache support and ask them why your learned IR commands are causing duplicate commands once sent though the Global Cache device. I believe Global Cache has a program you can use to test learned IR.

    Regards,
    Ultrajones

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  • Ultrajones
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    No, the 1:1 and 1:2 is the Global Cache connector address. In the sample you provided, the count is set to 1.

    PHP Code:
    sendir,1:2,1,38461,1,1,345,172,19,173,19,86,19,86,19,173,19173,19,86,19,86,19,86,19,86,19,86,19,86,19,86,19,86,19,173,1 9,173,19,86,19,1184,345,86,19,3384,345,86,19,3384,345,86,193384,345,86,19,3846 

    sendir
    ,<connectoraddress>,<ID>,<frequency>,<count>,<offset>,<on1>,<off1>,<onN>,<offN> ... 
    connectoraddress=1:2
    ID=1
    frequency=38461
    count=1
    offset=1

    I suggest you contact Global Cache support and ask them why your learned IR commands are causing duplicate commands once sent though the Global Cache device. I believe Global Cache has a program you can use to test learned IR.

    Regards,
    Ultrajones

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  • wpiman
    started a topic Double sending

    Double sending

    I have set up my Global Cache and learned all my IR codes. However, when I send a command; I get double commands. For example, I select 6 and I get 66 on the cable. Seems to hold true for all the buttons.

    I am looking through my IR files-- and there is an example of one below. Is there something in there causing it? Should the 1:2 be a 1:1?

    [MENU] sendir,1:2,1,38461,1,1,345,172,19,173,19,86,19,86,19,173,19, 173,19,86,19,86,19,86,19,86,19,86,19,86,19,86,19,86,19,173,1 9,173,19,86,19,1184,345,86,19,3384,345,86,19,3384,345,86,19, 3384,345,86,19,3846
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