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    I just started with Homeseer yesterday and I'm having trouble with getting events working. I setup a simple sunset event to turn on exterior lights and another sunrise event to turn them off but they aren't working.

    The switches themselves work fine if triggered directly. Would appreciate any insight on where I'm going wrong.

    #2
    Hello and welcome. What version of HS4 are you runnng?
    -Rupp
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      #3
      It doesn't look like your event is enabled. Hit the circle with the dash through it to enable.

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        #4
        Like Dweber85rc said, your event is disabled...

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        HS4 Pro Edition 4.2.5.0 running on Lenovo ThinkCenter & Debian Linux
        Plugins: Z-Wave (via Nortek USB stick

        Home Assistant 2021.10.6 running on HA "Blue" ODROID-N2
        Add-ons: Android Debug Bridge, Duck DNS, ESPHome, File Editor, Glances, HA Google Drive Backup, InfluxDB, Log Viewer, MariaDB, Mosquitto broker, NGINX SSL Proxy, Node-RED, Portainer, SSH & Web Terminal, Samba, TasmoAdmin, UniFi Controller, Visual Studio Code, WireGuard, Zigbee2mqtt, Z-Wave JS to MQTT
        Integrations: AccuWeather, Alexa Media Player, Glances, Google Nest, HACS, HomeSeer, Insteon, IPP, Life360, Local IP, Logitech Harmony Hub, Mobile App, MQTT, My Garage, OpenWeather, Spotify, Tuya Local. Ubiquiti UniFi, Z-Wave JS
        Insteon: 2413S Dual Band PLM
        Zigbee: zzh! CC2652R Rev A
        Z-Wave: RaZberry daughtercard on RPi 1B via ser2net

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          #5
          Originally posted by Rupp View Post
          Hello and welcome. What version of HS4 are you runnng?
          HS4 Standard Edition 4.1.10.0
          Thank you!

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            #6
            Originally posted by dbrunt View Post
            Like Dweber85rc said, your event is disabled...

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            Thanks, I toggled it.
            I had a related question, I was expecting that clicking the 'little man' would trigger the event now but it did not do so. Does that mean time based triggers can't be tested via 'run now' and have to be waited out till the next time event (next sunset).

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              #7
              Looks like the event is not saved. Need to press the floppy disk save icon and then it will run.

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                #8
                Is this an HS4 thing or a lock thing or ??? Considering "Node 7" or "Node 9", what happens when one turns a door "ON" or "OFF"?
                HomeSeer Version: HS3 Pro Edition 4.2.6.0
                Operating System: Microsoft Windows 10 Pro - Desktop

                Enabled Plug-Ins
                AK Google Calendar 3.0.0.45,AK Smart Device 3.0.0.6,AK Weather 4.0.1.77,AmbientWeather 3.0.1.9,Big5 1.38.0.0,BLBackup 2.0.63.0,BLGData 3.0.55.0,BLLock 3.0.38.0,BLPlex 2.0.22.0,BLUPS 2.0.26.0,Device History 3.2.0.2,EasyTrigger 3.0.0.74,HSBuddy 3.25.614.1,mcsMQTT 5.21.4.1,MeiHarmonyHub 3.1.0.22,NetCAM 3.0.0.14,PHLocation 3.0.1.109,Restart 1.0.0.7,SDJ-Health 3.1.0.3,SDJ-VStat 3.1.0.7,TPLinkSmartHome 19.10.7.1,UltraCID3 3.0.6681.34300,UltraSighthoundVideo3 3.0.5960.36744,,Z-Wave 3.0.2.0

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                  #9
                  Originally posted by jrbaldwin View Post
                  Looks like the event is not saved. Need to press the floppy disk save icon and then it will run.
                  ...or that incomplete device entry needs to be trash canned.
                  HS4 Pro Edition 4.2.5.0 running on Lenovo ThinkCenter & Debian Linux
                  Plugins: Z-Wave (via Nortek USB stick

                  Home Assistant 2021.10.6 running on HA "Blue" ODROID-N2
                  Add-ons: Android Debug Bridge, Duck DNS, ESPHome, File Editor, Glances, HA Google Drive Backup, InfluxDB, Log Viewer, MariaDB, Mosquitto broker, NGINX SSL Proxy, Node-RED, Portainer, SSH & Web Terminal, Samba, TasmoAdmin, UniFi Controller, Visual Studio Code, WireGuard, Zigbee2mqtt, Z-Wave JS to MQTT
                  Integrations: AccuWeather, Alexa Media Player, Glances, Google Nest, HACS, HomeSeer, Insteon, IPP, Life360, Local IP, Logitech Harmony Hub, Mobile App, MQTT, My Garage, OpenWeather, Spotify, Tuya Local. Ubiquiti UniFi, Z-Wave JS
                  Insteon: 2413S Dual Band PLM
                  Zigbee: zzh! CC2652R Rev A
                  Z-Wave: RaZberry daughtercard on RPi 1B via ser2net

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                    #10
                    Originally posted by indecisive View Post

                    Thanks, I toggled it.
                    I had a related question, I was expecting that clicking the 'little man' would trigger the event now but it did not do so. Does that mean time based triggers can't be tested via 'run now' and have to be waited out till the next time event (next sunset).
                    Triggers and conditions are bypassed when manually running an event. Only the actions are run.

                    You can't run an event though until all of the lines are collapsed meaning it is complete and saved.
                    HS4 Pro Edition 4.2.5.0 running on Lenovo ThinkCenter & Debian Linux
                    Plugins: Z-Wave (via Nortek USB stick

                    Home Assistant 2021.10.6 running on HA "Blue" ODROID-N2
                    Add-ons: Android Debug Bridge, Duck DNS, ESPHome, File Editor, Glances, HA Google Drive Backup, InfluxDB, Log Viewer, MariaDB, Mosquitto broker, NGINX SSL Proxy, Node-RED, Portainer, SSH & Web Terminal, Samba, TasmoAdmin, UniFi Controller, Visual Studio Code, WireGuard, Zigbee2mqtt, Z-Wave JS to MQTT
                    Integrations: AccuWeather, Alexa Media Player, Glances, Google Nest, HACS, HomeSeer, Insteon, IPP, Life360, Local IP, Logitech Harmony Hub, Mobile App, MQTT, My Garage, OpenWeather, Spotify, Tuya Local. Ubiquiti UniFi, Z-Wave JS
                    Insteon: 2413S Dual Band PLM
                    Zigbee: zzh! CC2652R Rev A
                    Z-Wave: RaZberry daughtercard on RPi 1B via ser2net

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                      #11
                      Thank you! Everything is squared away and both the sunset (lights on) and midnight (lights off) events are working correctly. I think it was simply that it was disabled as Dweber85rc suggested.

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