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    dcorsus, I want to thank for your efforts with this PI. I setup a 2018 LG TV Model OLED55C8PUA yesterday. The PI is able to control the WebOS based TV without issue. Toast messaging has been implemented with the help of the examples in this thread & the help file. Like @kideon said it would be great to be able to send Image to display.
    Larry

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      Originally posted by lpcalcaterra View Post
      dcorsus, I want to thank for your efforts with this PI. I setup a 2018 LG TV Model OLED55C8PUA yesterday. The PI is able to control the WebOS based TV without issue. Toast messaging has been implemented with the help of the examples in this thread & the help file. Like @kideon said it would be great to be able to send Image to display.
      Install any DLNA server SW on any PC on same network. The PI will discover the DMS (media server) and you can now select content (music, video, picture) from the server and send to your TV. You would have to add the DMR (media renderer) device part of your LG TV to the PI but now the PI acts as a controller and you can create events to select content from the DMS and play it on any DMR.

      So the trick would be something like this:

      - say someone rings the front door bell and you have a camera that takes a picture
      - you kick off a script that copies the picture onto a folder that is "discovered" by your server
      - if you always use the same name for the picture (and just overwrite it) you could have created an event that had that picture already pre-selected and not your script kicks off an event that plays that picture on your TV
      - you start a time for how long you want the picture displayed
      - when time runs our, you issue a stop command and your TV goes back to what it was doing
      - you CANNOT overlay this picture on top of part of what you were watching

      Read up on the help file how to use servers and players and how to set up events.

      Dirk
      ps there is a way to embed a picture (more like an icon) in the toast message but don't think that's what you are looking for. There is also a notification pop-up on LG TVs (big banner on bottom you sometimes see) but I haven't figured out how to use it , might not even be possible to tickle it from an external app

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        Originally posted by dcorsus View Post

        Install any DLNA server SW on any PC on same network. The PI will discover the DMS (media server) and you can now select content (music, video, picture) from the server and send to your TV. You would have to add the DMR (media renderer) device part of your LG TV to the PI but now the PI acts as a controller and you can create events to select content from the DMS and play it on any DMR.

        So the trick would be something like this:

        - say someone rings the front door bell and you have a camera that takes a picture
        - you kick off a script that copies the picture onto a folder that is "discovered" by your server
        - if you always use the same name for the picture (and just overwrite it) you could have created an event that had that picture already pre-selected and not your script kicks off an event that plays that picture on your TV
        - you start a time for how long you want the picture displayed
        - when time runs our, you issue a stop command and your TV goes back to what it was doing
        - you CANNOT overlay this picture on top of part of what you were watching

        Read up on the help file how to use servers and players and how to set up events.

        Dirk
        ps there is a way to embed a picture (more like an icon) in the toast message but don't think that's what you are looking for. There is also a notification pop-up on LG TVs (big banner on bottom you sometimes see) but I haven't figured out how to use it , might not even be possible to tickle it from an external app
        GOT IT! and Done. I added HS NetCam image directory to Windows Media Player Library. CurrentImage gets push to TV

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        Thanks
        Larry

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          Originally posted by lpcalcaterra View Post

          GOT IT! and Done. I added HS NetCam image directory to Windows Media Player Library. CurrentImage gets push to TV

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          Thanks
          Oh I didn't even think of doing it locally on the Windows machine running the plugin. Going to have to try that since I'm running Sighthound too and also wanted to see what could be done with the Chromecast.

          Anyone played with building an image? I'd love to create an updatable image that is compiled with all sorts of good stuff. Also maybe a daily digest. Not as good as a flashy video but it's a start.

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            Originally posted by kideon View Post
            Anyone played with building an image? I'd love to create an updatable image that is compiled with all sorts of good stuff. Also maybe a daily digest. Not as good as a flashy video but it's a start.
            kideon..... not to highjack this thread, but Jon00 Image Builder should work for you. I have not used in a while.
            This package allows you to easily generate images on the fly by means of simple entries in an ini file. This can then be used in any application or hardware where
            Larry

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              Originally posted by lpcalcaterra View Post

              kideon..... not to highjack this thread, but Jon00 Image Builder should work for you. I have not used in a while.
              Yeah I was going to fiddle with that. Would be great if it could be done in a GUI. Also need to look and see what sort of daily digest things are out there, I sketched out what I would want to be included so that's done at least. Would actually pay for plugins to do either or both. Especially given the myriad of sources that are available.

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                Originally posted by dcorsus View Post
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                Hi. Thank you for all your work. I have a quick question. Would you happen to know why my lg web os tv only allows me options to control volume and WOL?

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                  Originally posted by CameronHilliard View Post

                  Hi. Thank you for all your work. I have a quick question. Would you happen to know why my lg web os tv only allows me options to control volume and WOL?
                  I don't know but you can post a log by turning on the debug flag ( or set to errors and events) and delete the device and re-add OR restart HS and post the log

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                    Sure here is my screenshot of my debug

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                      Originally posted by CameronHilliard View Post
                      Sure here is my screenshot of my debug
                      A screenshot won’t do it unfortunately. I need the debug flag on and a full log

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                        Originally posted by dcorsus View Post

                        A screenshot won’t do it unfortunately. I need the debug flag on and a full log
                        Feb-15 9:38:55 AM MC GetIniSection called with section = UPnP Devices UDN to Info, FileName = MediaController.ini and # Result = 8
                        Feb-15 9:38:55 AM MC GetPagePlugin for PlugInConfig called with pageName = MediaControl and user = CameronHilliard and userRights = 6 and queryString =
                        Feb-15 9:38:55 AM MC hspi.GetPagePlugin called for instance = and pageName = MediaControl and user = CameronHilliard and userRights = 6 and queryString =
                        Feb-15 9:38:55 AM MC INIT: MaxNbrOfUPNPObjects set to 999
                        Feb-15 9:38:55 AM MC ReadIniFile called
                        Feb-15 9:38:55 AM MC CreateUPnPControllers created an instance of UPnPDeviceController for UPnPDevice = NoMan LR TV
                        Feb-15 9:38:55 AM MC SetHSMainState called for device - NoMan LR TV and Current HSRef = 2178 and AdminStateActive = True and DeviceStatus = Offline
                        Feb-15 9:38:55 AM MC SetHSMainState called for device - NoMan LR TV and Current HSRef = 2178 and AdminStateActive = True and DeviceStatus = Offline
                        Feb-15 9:38:55 AM MC SetAdministrativeState called for device - NoMan LR TV and Active = True
                        Feb-15 9:38:55 AM MC DeviceIPPort called for UPnPDevice = NoMan LR TV with IPPort = 1293
                        Feb-15 9:38:55 AM MC DeviceIPAddress called for UPnPDevice = NoMan LR TV with IPAddress = 192.168.1.41
                        Feb-15 9:38:55 AM MC Warning Warning in CreateUPnPControllers. UPnpDevice = NoMan LR TV not on-line. Using last known IPAdress/Port
                        Feb-15 9:38:55 AM MC CreateUPnPControllers has found UPnpDevice = NoMan LR TV with on-line status = False and Adminstate = True
                        Feb-15 9:38:55 AM MC ReadDeviceIniSettings called for device - NoMan LR TV
                        Feb-15 9:38:55 AM MC DeviceAPIIndex called for device = NoMan LR TV with API Index = 1
                        Feb-15 9:38:55 AM MC GetNextFreeDeviceIndex found Index = 1
                        Feb-15 9:38:55 AM MC GetIniSection called with section = UPnP Devices UDN to Info, FileName = MediaController.ini and # Result = 8
                        Feb-15 9:38:55 AM MC GetNextFreeDeviceIndex called
                        Feb-15 9:38:55 AM MC PlayerIconURL called for device = NoMan LR TV and IConURL =
                        Feb-15 9:38:55 AM MC DeviceIPPort called for UPnPDevice = NoMan LR TV with IPPort = 1293
                        Feb-15 9:38:55 AM MC DeviceIPAddress called for UPnPDevice = NoMan LR TV with IPAddress = 192.168.1.41
                        Feb-15 9:38:55 AM MC DeviceHSCode Set called for device - NoMan LR TV with DeviceRef = 2178
                        Feb-15 9:38:55 AM MC DeviceServiceType Set called for device - NoMan LR TV with ServiceType = RCR
                        Feb-15 9:38:55 AM MC DeviceName called for device - with value = NoMan LR TV
                        Feb-15 9:38:54 AM Starting Plug-In Plugin MediaController started successfully in 11 milliseconds
                        Feb-15 9:38:54 AM MC InitMusicAPI called for device =
                        Feb-15 9:38:54 AM MC InitIO Called for Instance = 3004471b-7754-d9bf-2934-5d72d7dabd5b
                        Feb-15 9:38:54 AM MC InitIO for Instance = 3004471b-7754-d9bf-2934-5d72d7dabd5b found this plugin running on Linux = False
                        Feb-15 9:38:54 AM MC InitIO Called for Instance = 3004471b-7754-d9bf-2934-5d72d7dabd5b and running on OS = Win32NT
                        Feb-15 9:38:54 AM MC InitIO for Instance = 3004471b-7754-d9bf-2934-5d72d7dabd5b found HS running on Linux = False
                        Feb-15 9:38:54 AM MC InitIO for Instance = 3004471b-7754-d9bf-2934-5d72d7dabd5b found CurrentAppPath = C:\Program Files (x86)\HomeSeer HS3
                        Feb-15 9:38:54 AM Starting Plug-In Initializing plugin MediaController ...
                        Feb-15 9:38:54 AM Info Plugin MediaController with instance 3004471b-7754-d9bf-2934-5d72d7dabd5b has connected. IP:127.0.0.1:59031
                        Feb-15 9:38:54 AM MC AddInstance called with InstanceName = 3004471b-7754-d9bf-2934-5d72d7dabd5b
                        Feb-15 9:38:54 AM MC CreateUPnPControllers found 1 devices and ActivateTheZone = True
                        Feb-15 9:38:54 AM MC CreateHSRootDevice: Created device NoMan LR TV with reference 2178
                        Feb-15 9:38:54 AM MC CreateHSRootDevice called with DevType = RCR and DeviceName = NoMan LR TV and DeviceUDN = 3004471b-7754-d9bf-2934-5d72d7dabd5b
                        Feb-15 9:38:54 AM MC AddDevicetoHS called with DeviceUDN = 3004471b-7754-d9bf-2934-5d72d7dabd5b
                        Feb-15 9:38:54 AM MC GetIniSection called with section = UPnP Devices UDN to Info, FileName = MediaController.ini and # Result = 8
                        Feb-15 9:38:54 AM MC GetZoneUDNByIndex called with Index = 8
                        Feb-15 9:38:54 AM MC ItemChange called with DeviceTableItems = ptiAddBtn and Value = Submit and RowIndex = 8
                        Feb-15 9:38:54 AM MC postBackProc for PluginControl found Value = Submit
                        Feb-15 9:38:54 AM MC postBackProc for PluginControl found Key = AddPlayerBtn
                        Feb-15 9:38:54 AM MC postBackProc for PluginControl found Value = AddPlayerBtn_8
                        Feb-15 9:38:54 AM MC postBackProc for PluginControl found Key = id
                        Feb-15 9:38:54 AM MC PostBackProc for PluginControl called with page = MediaControl and data = &id=AddPlayerBtn_8&AddPlayerBtn_8=Submit and user = CameronHilliard and userRights = 6
                        Feb-15 9:38:38 AM MC GetIniSection called with section = UPnP Devices UDN to Info, FileName = MediaController.ini and # Result = 8
                        Feb-15 9:38:38 AM MC GetPagePlugin for PlugInConfig called with pageName = MediaControl and user = CameronHilliard and userRights = 6 and queryString =
                        Feb-15 9:38:38 AM MC hspi.GetPagePlugin called for instance = and pageName = MediaControl and user = CameronHilliard and userRights = 6 and queryString =
                        Feb-15 9:38:27 AM MC GetIniSection called with section = UPnP Devices UDN to Info, FileName = MediaController.ini and # Result = 8
                        Feb-15 9:38:27 AM MC GetPagePlugin for PlugInConfig called with pageName = MediaControl and user = CameronHilliard and userRights = 6 and queryString =
                        Feb-15 9:38:27 AM MC hspi.GetPagePlugin called for instance = and pageName = MediaControl and user = CameronHilliard and userRights = 6 and queryString =
                        Feb-15 9:38:27 AM MC INIT: MaxNbrOfUPNPObjects set to 999
                        Feb-15 9:38:27 AM MC ReadIniFile called
                        Feb-15 9:38:27 AM Info Plugin MediaController with instance: 3004471b-7754-d9bf-2934-5d72d7dabd5b has disconnected
                        Feb-15 9:38:27 AM MC ClearQueue called for device = NoMan LR TV
                        Feb-15 9:38:27 AM MC Disconnect: Disconnected from UPnPDevice - NoMan LR TV and CurrentState = Offline Full = True
                        Feb-15 9:38:27 AM MC DestroyPlayer called for device = NoMan LR TV and Disposing = True
                        Feb-15 9:38:27 AM MC DeleteWebLink called with DeviceUDN = 3004471b-7754-d9bf-2934-5d72d7dabd5b
                        Feb-15 9:38:27 AM MC Disconnect: Disconnected from UPnPDevice - NoMan LR TV and CurrentState = Offline Full = True
                        Feb-15 9:38:27 AM MC ShutdownIO called for Instance = 3004471b-7754-d9bf-2934-5d72d7dabd5b and isRoot = False
                        Feb-15 9:38:27 AM MC RemoveInstance called with InstanceName = 3004471b-7754-d9bf-2934-5d72d7dabd5b
                        Feb-15 9:38:27 AM MC DeleteEntryIniFile called with section = Remote Service by UDN and Key = 3004471b-7754-d9bf-2934-5d72d7dabd5b
                        Feb-15 9:38:27 AM MC DeleteEntryIniFile called with section = Message Service by UDN and Key = 3004471b-7754-d9bf-2934-5d72d7dabd5b
                        Feb-15 9:38:27 AM MC DeleteEntryIniFile called with section = Message Devices and Key = 3004471b-7754-d9bf-2934-5d72d7dabd5b
                        Feb-15 9:38:27 AM MC DeleteEntryIniFile called with section = Speaker Devices and Key = 3004471b-7754-d9bf-2934-5d72d7dabd5b
                        Feb-15 9:38:27 AM MC DeleteEntryIniFile called with section = 3004471b-7754-d9bf-2934-5d72d7dabd5b and Key = diPartyHSCode
                        Feb-15 9:38:27 AM MC DeleteEntryIniFile called with section = 3004471b-7754-d9bf-2934-5d72d7dabd5b and Key = diServerHSCode
                        Feb-15 9:38:27 AM MC DeleteEntryIniFile called with section = 3004471b-7754-d9bf-2934-5d72d7dabd5b and Key = diDeviceControlHSCode
                        Feb-15 9:38:27 AM MC DeleteEntryIniFile called with section = 3004471b-7754-d9bf-2934-5d72d7dabd5b and Key = diRemoteHSCode
                        Feb-15 9:38:27 AM MC DeleteEntryIniFile called with section = 3004471b-7754-d9bf-2934-5d72d7dabd5b and Key = diSamsungClientID
                        Feb-15 9:38:27 AM MC DeleteEntryIniFile called with section = 3004471b-7754-d9bf-2934-5d72d7dabd5b and Key = diSamsungisSupportInfo
                        Feb-15 9:38:27 AM MC DeleteEntryIniFile called with section = 3004471b-7754-d9bf-2934-5d72d7dabd5b and Key = diSamsungTokenAuthSupport
                        Feb-15 9:38:27 AM MC DeleteEntryIniFile called with section = 3004471b-7754-d9bf-2934-5d72d7dabd5b and Key = diWifiMacAddress
                        Feb-15 9:38:27 AM MC DeleteEntryIniFile called with section = 3004471b-7754-d9bf-2934-5d72d7dabd5b and Key = diSamsungToken
                        Feb-15 9:38:27 AM MC DeleteEntryIniFile called with section = 3004471b-7754-d9bf-2934-5d72d7dabd5b and Key = diSecWebSocketKey
                        Feb-15 9:38:27 AM MC DeleteEntryIniFile called with section = 3004471b-7754-d9bf-2934-5d72d7dabd5b and Key = diLGClientKey
                        Feb-15 9:38:27 AM MC DeleteEntryIniFile called with section = 3004471b-7754-d9bf-2934-5d72d7dabd5b and Key = diPlayerHSRef
                        Feb-15 9:38:27 AM MC DeleteEntryIniFile called with section = 3004471b-7754-d9bf-2934-5d72d7dabd5b and Key = diGenreHSRef
                        Feb-15 9:38:27 AM MC DeleteEntryIniFile called with section = 3004471b-7754-d9bf-2934-5d72d7dabd5b and Key = diQueueShuffleHSRef
                        Feb-15 9:38:27 AM MC DeleteEntryIniFile called with section = 3004471b-7754-d9bf-2934-5d72d7dabd5b and Key = diQueueRepeatHSRef
                        Feb-15 9:38:27 AM MC DeleteEntryIniFile called with section = 3004471b-7754-d9bf-2934-5d72d7dabd5b and Key = diQueueShuffleHSRef
                        Feb-15 9:38:27 AM MC DeleteEntryIniFile called with section = 3004471b-7754-d9bf-2934-5d72d7dabd5b and Key = diQueueRepeatHSRef
                        Feb-15 9:38:27 AM MC DeleteEntryIniFile called with section = 3004471b-7754-d9bf-2934-5d72d7dabd5b and Key = diTrackDescrHSRef
                        Feb-15 9:38:27 AM MC DeleteEntryIniFile called with section = 3004471b-7754-d9bf-2934-5d72d7dabd5b and Key = diTrackPosHSRef
                        Feb-15 9:38:27 AM MC DeleteEntryIniFile called with section = 3004471b-7754-d9bf-2934-5d72d7dabd5b and Key = diTrackLengthHSRef
                        Feb-15 9:38:27 AM MC DeleteEntryIniFile called with section = 3004471b-7754-d9bf-2934-5d72d7dabd5b and Key = diBalanceHSRef
                        Feb-15 9:38:27 AM MC DeleteEntryIniFile called with section = 3004471b-7754-d9bf-2934-5d72d7dabd5b and Key = diMuteHSRef
                        Feb-15 9:38:27 AM MC DeleteEntryIniFile called with section = 3004471b-7754-d9bf-2934-5d72d7dabd5b and Key = diVolumeHSRef
                        Feb-15 9:38:27 AM MC DeleteEntryIniFile called with section = 3004471b-7754-d9bf-2934-5d72d7dabd5b and Key = diPlayStateHSRef
                        Feb-15 9:38:27 AM MC DeleteEntryIniFile called with section = 3004471b-7754-d9bf-2934-5d72d7dabd5b and Key = diNextArtHSRef
                        Feb-15 9:38:27 AM MC DeleteEntryIniFile called with section = 3004471b-7754-d9bf-2934-5d72d7dabd5b and Key = diArtHSRef
                        Feb-15 9:38:27 AM MC DeleteEntryIniFile called with section = 3004471b-7754-d9bf-2934-5d72d7dabd5b and Key = diNextAlbumHSRef
                        Feb-15 9:38:27 AM MC DeleteEntryIniFile called with section = 3004471b-7754-d9bf-2934-5d72d7dabd5b and Key = diAlbumHSRef
                        Feb-15 9:38:27 AM MC DeleteEntryIniFile called with section = 3004471b-7754-d9bf-2934-5d72d7dabd5b and Key = diNextArtistHSRef
                        Feb-15 9:38:27 AM MC DeleteEntryIniFile called with section = 3004471b-7754-d9bf-2934-5d72d7dabd5b and Key = diArtistHSRef
                        Feb-15 9:38:27 AM MC DeleteEntryIniFile called with section = 3004471b-7754-d9bf-2934-5d72d7dabd5b and Key = diNextTrackHSRef
                        Feb-15 9:38:27 AM MC DeleteEntryIniFile called with section = 3004471b-7754-d9bf-2934-5d72d7dabd5b and Key = diSpeedHSRef
                        Feb-15 9:38:27 AM MC DeleteEntryIniFile called with section = 3004471b-7754-d9bf-2934-5d72d7dabd5b and Key = diTrackHSRef
                        Feb-15 9:38:27 AM MC DeleteEntryIniFile called with section = 3004471b-7754-d9bf-2934-5d72d7dabd5b and Key = diNextAV
                        Feb-15 9:38:27 AM MC DeleteEntryIniFile called with section = 3004471b-7754-d9bf-2934-5d72d7dabd5b and Key = diRemoteType
                        Feb-15 9:38:27 AM MC DeleteEntryIniFile called with section = 3004471b-7754-d9bf-2934-5d72d7dabd5b and Key = diUseNextAV
                        Feb-15 9:38:27 AM MC DeleteEntryIniFile called with section = 3004471b-7754-d9bf-2934-5d72d7dabd5b and Key = diAdminStateMessageService
                        Feb-15 9:38:27 AM MC DeleteEntryIniFile called with section = 3004471b-7754-d9bf-2934-5d72d7dabd5b and Key = diAdminStateRemote
                        Feb-15 9:38:27 AM MC DeleteEntryIniFile called with section = 3004471b-7754-d9bf-2934-5d72d7dabd5b and Key = diRegistered
                        Feb-15 9:38:27 AM MC DeleteEntryIniFile called with section = 3004471b-7754-d9bf-2934-5d72d7dabd5b and Key = diHSDeviceRef
                        Feb-15 9:38:27 AM MC DeleteEntryIniFile called with section = UPnP HSRef to UDN and Key = 2177
                        Feb-15 9:38:27 AM MC RemoveDevicefromHS deleted HSRef = 2177
                        Feb-15 9:38:27 AM MC RemoveDevicefromHS found HSRef = 2177
                        Feb-15 9:38:27 AM MC GetIniSection called with section = UPnP HSRef to UDN, FileName = MediaController.ini and # Result = 0
                        Feb-15 9:38:27 AM MC DMRemove called with UDN = 3004471b-7754-d9bf-2934-5d72d7dabd5b
                        Feb-15 9:38:27 AM MC RemoveDevicefromHS called with DeviceUDN = 3004471b-7754-d9bf-2934-5d72d7dabd5b
                        Feb-15 9:38:27 AM MC GetIniSection called with section = UPnP Devices UDN to Info, FileName = MediaController.ini and # Result = 8
                        Feb-15 9:38:27 AM MC GetZoneUDNByIndex called with Index = 8
                        Feb-15 9:38:27 AM MC ItemChange called with DeviceTableItems = ptiRemoveBtn and Value = Submit and RowIndex = 8
                        Feb-15 9:38:27 AM MC postBackProc for PluginControl found Value = Submit
                        Feb-15 9:38:27 AM MC postBackProc for PluginControl found Key = ovPlayerRemSubmit
                        Feb-15 9:38:27 AM MC postBackProc for PluginControl found Value = ovPlayerRemSubmit_8
                        Feb-15 9:38:27 AM MC postBackProc for PluginControl found Key = id
                        Feb-15 9:38:27 AM MC PostBackProc for PluginControl called with page = MediaControl and data = &id=ovPlayerRemSubmit_8&ovPlayerRemSubmit_8=Submit and user = CameronHilliard and userRights = 6
                        Feb-15 9:38:10 AM MC INIT: MaxNbrOfUPNPObjects set to 999
                        Feb-15 9:38:10 AM MC ReadIniFile called
                        Feb-15 9:38:10 AM MC postBackProc for PluginControl found Value = SuperDebugChkBox
                        Feb-15 9:38:10 AM MC postBackProc for PluginControl found Key = id
                        Feb-15 9:38:10 AM MC postBackProc for PluginControl found Value = checked
                        Feb-15 9:38:10 AM MC postBackProc for PluginControl found Key = SuperDebugChkBox
                        Feb-15 9:38:10 AM MC PostBackProc for PluginControl called with page = MediaControl and data = SuperDebugChkBox=checked&id=SuperDebugChkBox and user = CameronHilliard and userRights = 6
                        Feb-15 9:38:08 AM MC ReadIniFile called

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                          Can you describe what you did? Don’t think it was a restart and don’t think the Tv was powered up.
                          Did you delete the device?
                          Turn tv on, make sure PI debug flag is on, restart HS, if you deleted the remote device, add again,
                          click on create remote buttons , post log

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                            Originally posted by dcorsus View Post
                            Can you describe what you did? Don’t think it was a restart and don’t think the Tv was powered up.
                            Did you delete the device?
                            Turn tv on, make sure PI debug flag is on, restart HS, if you deleted the remote device, add again,
                            click on create remote buttons , post log
                            ok, something I did made this work. I created remote buttons and everything works except the WOL. I remember reading something about the ping timing but I can go back and read and see if there was anything I missed. If there is anything you know as to why this isn't working?

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                              Originally posted by CameronHilliard View Post

                              ok, something I did made this work. I created remote buttons and everything works except the WOL. I remember reading something about the ping timing but I can go back and read and see if there was anything I missed. If there is anything you know as to why this isn't working?
                              Make sure you check settings on TV, you may need to configure it to not shut down complete, meaning the Ethernet port stays alive. Secondly, check whether you are in wifi versus wired. Some devices have no support for WOL via wifi OR yet another setting. Are you running the PI on Linux or Windows? In order to make WOL work, I need the MAC address and some devices publish it, in Windows I can probe the ARP table but in Linux I might not have access to it. If you check the PI's .ini file, search for the section that starts with the UDN of your TV (what you can find on the config page), there should be an entry for the MAC address. If there isn't one, it won't work or perhaps you can manually add the entry

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                                dcorsus

                                Hi Dirk, I replaced one of our older LG TVs with a new one (49UM7300AUE). The plugin detects it and the appropriate devices are created, and the remote buttons are created after I clicked the "Create Remote Buttons" button. However, the Status device does not get updated after clicking the "Retrieve App, Channel & Input Info" button. No error appears in the log after clicking it. Let me know what level of debugging I should capture to help troubleshoot the issue. I'm running version 3.0.0.52 of the plugin.

                                Thanks
                                Al
                                HS 3.0.0.548: 1990 Devices 1172 Events
                                Z-Wave 3.0.1.262: 126 Nodes on one Z-Net

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