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    I am trying to create an Event Widget that is strictly a button to manually trigger an event. However, I cannot find a way to configure that event widget such that the "Run Event/Edit Widget/Delete Widget" options don't pop up. I've tried single taps, long taps, double taps, etc. I've turned off Confirm before control"....all with no luck. Is there a way to create an event widget so that it is just a button, you tap it and it runs the event without any other user input required?

    Thanks in advance for any guidance.



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    I would create a simple virtual device that you have on the dashboard. When that button is pressed, have it trigger your event to run. You might have to make the trigger so that any value change will trigger the actions.
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    • #3
      Originally posted by rmasonjr View Post
      I would create a simple virtual device that you have on the dashboard. When that button is pressed, have it trigger your event to run. You might have to make the trigger so that any value change will trigger the actions.
      That worked great. Thanks for the suggestion!

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