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    hs.WaitSecs 600

    Figuring our how many sceonds ar in 10 minutes is easy: hs.WaitSecs 600

    What is I want to wait 15 minutus,
    Can I use hs.WaitMins 15?

    #2
    How's bout 900 seconds?

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      #3
      Originally posted by Beardog
      Figuring our how many sceonds ar in 10 minutes is easy: hs.WaitSecs 600

      What is I want to wait 15 minutus,
      Can I use hs.WaitMins 15?
      Er, No.

      I fould, through a lot of head scratching and trial and error that by multiplying the number of minutes by the magical figure 60 it became seconds!
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        #4
        Online help

        Scott,
        I am guessing you don't know how to view the valid scripting commands. The hs.waitsecs happens to be a homeseer command. There is no hs.waitmins command. You can see all the valid commands for HS at http://www.homeseer.com/support/home...p/homeseer.htm

        Also, the HS scripts utilize microsoft VBScript language (but you can also use a couple of others). Usually you can search the web for specifict syntax by including "vbscript" in your search such as in google you might search for "vbscript abs" to get the syntax on the absolute value command.

        Good luck
        James

        Running HS 3 on Win10 .

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