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  • Gogs
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    Originally posted by CharlieWayne View Post
    Thanks for the resonse Gogs,

    Something I love about Steves work is that he creates and layouts integration with HSTouch. Its something that I've been working on in my free time and deployment of HStouch requires HS3 events.

    Thought this would be a easy deplutment, but I need to put it on the back burner. Having other issues with my Telephone Modem interface anyways and now have to wait for a different type.

    Charlie
    I use predominantly two of Steve's products, the Caller ID and his location scripts working with Android and IPhone, both products play an iatrical part in the operation of HS. That is the one of the main reasons HS2 is still in charge and HS3 gets the meagre task of looking after zwave.

    Seriously, those two scripts he wrote are amazing in what can be done around them. I would suggest not to put them too far onto the back burner.

    BTW Steve is open to suggestion even though he has now retired, except for HS3 and personally I do not blame him.

    Ohh, I did not say that, sorry Steve, that's me in the dog house now.

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  • CharlieWayne
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    Thanks for the resonse Gogs,

    Something I love about Steves work is that he creates and layouts integration with HSTouch. Its something that I've been working on in my free time and deployment of HStouch requires HS3 events.

    Thought this would be a easy deplutment, but I need to put it on the back burner. Having other issues with my Telephone Modem interface anyways and now have to wait for a different type.

    Charlie

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  • Gogs
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    Originally posted by CharlieWayne View Post
    Running HS3 & HS3 Touch and understand from above this script wont run on HS3.

    Has anyone tried to run it on HS2 with Jon00s HS2-HS3 Connector? (Is there even a reason to run it thru the connector?). Im looking to deploy data within my HS Touch projects.

    Love all the work and detailed notes on the scripts for HSTouch and Extras. You do great work Steve.

    Charlie
    It may well work through Jonn00s connector, although the main database and scripts would have to be on HS2. I currently run HS3 purely for it's zwave capabilities, HS2 is the work horse and Jon00s connector works great passing the data back and forth.

    The question is, if you are running HS2 and 3, why not just let HS2 do the announcing.

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  • CharlieWayne
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    Running HS3 & HS3 Touch and understand from above this script wont run on HS3.

    Has anyone tried to run it on HS2 with Jon00s HS2-HS3 Connector? (Is there even a reason to run it thru the connector?). Im looking to deploy data within my HS Touch projects.

    Love all the work and detailed notes on the scripts for HSTouch and Extras. You do great work Steve.

    Charlie

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  • stevea
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    Ken,

    If you are on HS3, SnevlCID will not work for you at all (it's HS2 only), so you have posted in a thread that doesn't help. I'd post your question someplace else on the board, and maybe it will be viewed by someone who can make some suggestions.

    Steve

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  • kenflorian
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    Announce Caller

    6 years pass and I return to the goal of announcing Callers.

    I am now using a self-hosted Asterix PBX and HS3 on a Hometroller dedicated boxlette.

    Any pointers on if/how I can get this?

    Back in the day, it was the feature of the automation system that The Wife endorsed, supported, appreciated, and missed when I went off the copper grid.

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  • frankc
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    Originally posted by stevea View Post
    Pete,

    The only place that message is printed out is when close_port() is called, which is normally only when HS is shut down, and the call is made in your shutdown script. If that wasn't logged during a shutdown, you must be calling close_port somewhere else.

    Steve

    P.S. Frank is right that I'm working hard at being retired. We spent a month in New Zealand, drove out to the left coast for three weeks, and just got back from a Mediterranean Cruise. It's been a busy year so far.
    WOW! That does sound like a lot of hard retirement Steve. Way To Go!

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  • Pete
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    Thank you Steve.

    Fixed it by removing / deleting the HSPhone.ini and reconfiguring it. It is now working. It was doing the above per debug log with every call yesterday.

    Congratulations on your retirement!

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  • stevea
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    Originally posted by Pete View Post
    @Steve,

    Noticed a couple of days ago SNEVL CID quit announcing calls.

    Looked at debug logs and see this on the last call.

    2015-08-04 14:27:58Z ... Reading config file NCID.ini
    2015-08-04 14:27:59Z ... SnevlCID: Stopping listening for calls via Homeseer Phone.
    2015-08-04 14:27:59Z ... SnevlCID has been shut down.

    The IVR from the the HS Phone logs appears to be running just fine.
    Pete,

    The only place that message is printed out is when close_port() is called, which is normally only when HS is shut down, and the call is made in your shutdown script. If that wasn't logged during a shutdown, you must be calling close_port somewhere else.

    Steve

    P.S. Frank is right that I'm working hard at being retired. We spent a month in New Zealand, drove out to the left coast for three weeks, and just got back from a Mediterranean Cruise. It's been a busy year so far.

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  • frankc
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    Originally posted by Pete View Post
    @Steve,

    Noticed a couple of days ago SNEVL CID quit announcing calls.
    Mine is still running great. Windows 7 and HS2.

    Haven't heard from Steve for quite awhile. I think he might have picked up other interests such as doing some hard retirement.

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  • Pete
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    @Steve,

    Noticed a couple of days ago SNEVL CID quit announcing calls.

    Looked at debug logs and see this on the last call.

    2015-08-04 14:27:58Z ... Reading config file NCID.ini
    2015-08-04 14:27:59Z ... SnevlCID: Stopping listening for calls via Homeseer Phone.
    2015-08-04 14:27:59Z ... SnevlCID has been shut down.

    The IVR from the the HS Phone logs appears to be running just fine.

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  • Gogs
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    It is strange, HST going for HS3 and completely abandoning HS1 and 2 users is a bit like loosing an old friend.

    Yes HS2 could be moody and temperamental, but was and still is a very good programme, HS3, z-wave excepted, is miles behind HS2 and appears to have taken the wrong turning if it hoped to catch up.

    Currently I run HS3 as a slave to HS2 for it's z-wave capabilities and the plan was to move everything over to HS3 apart from Steve's and a few other peoples programmes basically making HS2 the slave. That has been shelved after trying to move scripts over and the problems to get them to run. When I think about the scripts I have triggered by SnevlCID and Location it would be like starting from my first install of HS1.

    I agree with Steve's thoughts.

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  • stevea
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    Originally posted by prsmith777 View Post
    Steve,

    Are you out of the home automation business altogether because of HS3, or just plugin/script writing?

    If you have found an alternative, I'd be interested in your thoughts.
    Paul,

    I know I won't be doing anything with HS3, and since HS2 isn't getting any more work, I'm hesitant to change anything, as I am pretty certain there are still bugs in there that may manifest themselves if I tweak anything.

    I don't think that I am looking to go to something different than HS. I've got an awful lot of automation in this house set up around HS2. It is no longer just a hobby, in that is really managing the house and keeping the WAF fairly high. Going to something else would be starting over. Sadly, it would also be mostly starting over if I tried to go to HS3, since they've made sure almost nothing moves over.

    Since I retired from work, it seems like I have lots of other things to do, many of which are not here at home. I see Homeseer as less of a real automation solution, and more of a toy for us nerds. I no longer play with the toy as much. I may still code some for HS2, but I don't see it being much, and I think the interest here on the board will be less and less for HS2 stuff.

    Steve

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  • prsmith777
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    Steve,

    Are you out of the home automation business altogether because of HS3, or just plugin/script writing?

    If you have found an alternative, I'd be interested in your thoughts.

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  • rmorton27
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    All this is so disappointing to read. I have been a HS fan since 1.x and I can't imagine living without it. But with considerable complaints I fear I might have to rethink the entire approach to HA. Since the new home won't be ready for at least a year I have some time but...

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