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    [VBScript] AB8SS Speaker Control Scripts

    I've posted a package of scripts to manage A/B 8 speaker box from HACS.com. The package is here. If someone sees a problem with it or has some suggestions, let me know here.

    It's free for anyone to hack, use, re-use, or trash as you see fit. Just don't trash me.

    Steve

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    Thanks for sharing your script.

    Thanks for sharing the script and for taking the time to write the doc to go along with it.
    James

    Running HS 3 on Win10 .

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      #3
      I did try the script and it is working fine for me at the moment.

      Thanks
      StevenE
      Why oh why didn't I just leave things alone, they had been working.

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        #4
        Originally posted by stevea View Post
        If someone sees a problem with it or has some suggestions, let me know here.
        Steve
        Any chance you would consider a feature to:
        -save the current status of the speakers(which speakers are on/off and A/B)

        So that you could:
        -change the speaker settings(turn on and off speakers to make an announcement)

        And then:
        -return the speaker settings to the previous saved settings.
        ?????
        John

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          #5
          johnnybwis,

          It probably wouldn't be hard to add, as long as you are OK with using a script call (a one liner) I could probably add it. The current state is already saved in the device, so I'd just need to deal with restoring it after a speak or whatever. I may need more details before I could dive in.

          I don't actually know much about it, but from what I do know it sounds like Larry Pitman's lrpspeak plug-in may be pretty close to what you want already. I've never tried it, so can't say for sure. I'm willing to take a look at adding it to the script package, but maybe you should look at lrpspeak first. If it doesn't quite fit, I'll try and give it a go. OK?

          Steve

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