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  • Blade
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    OK I will take a look

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  • MNB
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    Bob, I have three Roombas and setup two events per Roomba, one "Connected" and the other "Connection has Failed" the problem is that when I choose the applicable Roomba in the Trigger drop down all six events reverts to my last selection and don't seem to remember what I set them to. mike

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  • MNB
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    Sorry Bob, I was so fixated looking for a Roomba specific device and zoned out from looking for a BLRoomba trigger,this works for me thanxs for taking the time to provide updates, I will advise once I see something out the ordinary. Mike

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  • Blade
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    You will need to create an event in HS and then pick the BLRoomWifi triggers

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  • MNB
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    Bob, how does one access these new triggers against which device(s)? Mike

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  • MNB
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    Thank-you Bob, will do! Mike

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  • Blade
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    Try out 2.0.28 in the beta section

    I added 2 triggers (one for connected and one for connect failed)
    Let me know how they work

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  • Blade
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    Can you capture me a debug log of the one not connecting so I can see if I can see anything in the debug log
    Let it run for a few minutes
    Attach it zipped

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  • MNB
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    Bob, I've downloaded your Beta and restarted the Roomba Plug-in (didn't do the purge) so far good!Q I have one Roomba that's responsive and one that is not (password has changed again) is there some idiot check that the plug-in can perform that is able to alert HS3 that either the Roomba is no longer responsive and/or that the password is no longer valid? thanxs Mike

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  • MNB
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    Will do, thanks Mile

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  • Blade
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    Originally posted by MNB View Post
    Bob, I've encounter the same problem again where one of my Rooomba has had its password changed (not sure why or how) but my Roomba Plug-in consumed all of my CPU 100%. I first disabled it which did not change the condition, so I had to bring up Windows Task manager and quickly located and stop the offending Roomba process which quickly returned my CPU back to 4-5%. With that said I'm about to del
    eted all things Roomba (config, bin files ect) and then reinstalled a clean copy of Roomba Plug-in and inputted the new Roomba data particulars. Is there anything you might want before I purge? Mike
    Try out 2.0.27 in the beta section of the updater

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  • Blade
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    I do not need anything
    I will have a look at the code and see if can determine where it would be hanging up

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  • MNB
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    Bob, I've encounter the same problem again where one of my Rooomba has had its password changed (not sure why or how) but my Roomba Plug-in consumed all of my CPU 100%. I first disabled it which did not change the condition, so I had to bring up Windows Task manager and quickly located and stop the offending Roomba process which quickly returned my CPU back to 4-5%. With that said I'm about to del
    eted all things Roomba (config, bin files ect) and then reinstalled a clean copy of Roomba Plug-in and inputted the new Roomba data particulars. Is there anything you might want before I purge? Mike

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  • MNB
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    Well I just transition to a new Unifi setup and changed my WiFi to AP's which had a different SSID assigned, so with that said I had to reinclude all of my WiFi devices including my two Roomba's. I believe in an earlier posting someone indicated that the passwords have a tendency of changing with newly included Roomba's to a different WiFi SSID - "lo and behold" one of my Roomba's had a different password which I did not notice (I used my previous passwords from my original SSID), after getting the new dorita data, I deleted all things Roomba (config, bin files ect) and then reinstalled a clean copy of Roomba Plug-in and inputted the new data without incident. The reason for purging is that when I did not do it and simply changed the passwords to reflect the latest, the Plug-in would begin to eat CPU % almost immediately. Problem has been resolved with less that a 1-5% CPU utilization. Mike

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  • Blade
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    I am not sure why it does that - I have not seen it do that here yet

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