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  • spud
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    Originally posted by numgis View Post
    Sorry if this has been mentioned before, but is there a way to get more width out of the columns when setting up groups? Not sure if it is just my setup but I've tried several browsers with the same issue. Makes it really hard when you can't see which device is which.. although using the "Inspector" feature in Chrome I can at least see the full names of the devices to ensure I select the correct ones. Ideally the popup window would be resizable?
    To make the selector window larger, read this post:
    https://forums.homeseer.com/showthre...=191142&page=3

    the fix should be in an HS3 official release soon.

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  • numgis
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    Sorry if this has been mentioned before, but is there a way to get more width out of the columns when setting up groups? Not sure if it is just my setup but I've tried several browsers with the same issue. Makes it really hard when you can't see which device is which.. although using the "Inspector" feature in Chrome I can at least see the full names of the devices to ensure I select the correct ones. Ideally the popup window would be resizable?
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  • The Profit
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    Originally posted by borat View Post
    Hi Spud



    Just testing out this plugin and it seems to plug most of the gaps I have with Homeseer events, coming from a Vera system using PLEG. The one thing that it doesnt is the ability to look at a sequence of events. Would you ever consider adding this? It would be a condition something like "Triggers occured in this sequence" with an optional "Within X mins". My use case for this is mostly with motion detection, such as detecting movement through rooms in the house for purposes such as determining that the kids got up in the morning (Kidsroom Motion; Stairs Motion; Hall Motion are triggered in order within 1 min for example), or making sure if I detect the house is empty, that I don't do this when someone is asleep in the bedroom upstairs. These kind of things can usually be fairly reliably managed if its possible to look at the sequence of events. Its not foolproof, but I use this with other methods to make it so.

    It could be you have already been asked for this and ruled it out, so apologies if I am repeating something.



    Thanks



    Colin


    Hi Colin,
    Check out the BLRadar plugin, I think it will do what you are after.


    Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk

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  • borat
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    Sequence

    Hi Spud

    Just testing out this plugin and it seems to plug most of the gaps I have with Homeseer events, coming from a Vera system using PLEG. The one thing that it doesnt is the ability to look at a sequence of events. Would you ever consider adding this? It would be a condition something like "Triggers occured in this sequence" with an optional "Within X mins". My use case for this is mostly with motion detection, such as detecting movement through rooms in the house for purposes such as determining that the kids got up in the morning (Kidsroom Motion; Stairs Motion; Hall Motion are triggered in order within 1 min for example), or making sure if I detect the house is empty, that I don't do this when someone is asleep in the bedroom upstairs. These kind of things can usually be fairly reliably managed if its possible to look at the sequence of events. Its not foolproof, but I use this with other methods to make it so.
    It could be you have already been asked for this and ruled it out, so apologies if I am repeating something.

    Thanks

    Colin

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  • zigmund
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    odd or even week number of the year condition

    I'm trying to find an easy way to use an event condition week number of the year is odd or even to schedule events every other week. The only way I see to do this is by using script commands. Maybe this can be build in Easytrigger?

    thanks,
    Zigmund

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  • ScottRennie
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    Originally posted by spud View Post
    I added a "case insensitive" option to the device's string triggers and conditions in version 3.0.0.40
    Cheers Spud - that works great. Thank you!!

    Regards
    Scott

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  • usLEDsupply
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    Would it be possible to add this to the "A Device's Value is..."
    This device's value Has Changed in the past ___ min/hrs
    just like the has NOT changed but this one to see if it Has Changed?

    I want to check and make sure the temp sensors are working (the value has changed in the past 12 hrs) before running an event to turn on the fan if it's cooler outside that inside the root cellar?

    I have a timer that resets anytime the power usage changes so i can tell if the z-wave network is working but it would be a lot easier to use easy trigger than making timers for each sensor

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  • ScottRennie
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    Originally posted by spud View Post
    I added a "case insensitive" option to the device's string triggers and conditions in version 3.0.0.40

    [ATTACH]63830[/ATTACH]
    Hell, that was quick. I'll test and let you know.

    Cheers,
    Scott

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  • spud
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    Originally posted by ScottRennie View Post
    I may have missed this, but in Events "A Devices String Contains" is the string case sensitive? If so, any chance of a sensitivity option? Sometimes triggers are missed if there's a case typo. Alternatively a boolean option in the string field such as AND OR between strings, so I could do "Test" OR "tEST" OR "test"

    Cheers
    Scott
    I added a "case insensitive" option to the device's string triggers and conditions in version 3.0.0.40

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  • rprade
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    Originally posted by spud View Post
    not sure I'm following, there is already a "Not equal" operator "<>" in the list of operators for the "Comparison between 2 device values is true".
    My bad! I neglected to drill down on that condition. I’ve used it before, just had a brain failure this morning. Disregard the request.

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  • spud
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    Originally posted by rprade View Post
    I found a use for "Easy Trigger: A device's Value is... Comparison between 2 device values is false".

    I want to set a device to a virtual device after a certain device has been at a value for at least 60 minutes. I want this event to run even if HomeSeer has been restarted, so an "Exactly" trigger is not appropriate. I want a condition to only allow the event to run if the real device is different than the virtual device.

    Since I am setting a device to a virtual device, there is currently no way to condition the event to run only if the two devices are not the same value.
    not sure I'm following, there is already a "Not equal" operator "<>" in the list of operators for the "Comparison between 2 device values is true".

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  • rprade
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    I found a use for "Easy Trigger: A device's Value is... Comparison between 2 device values is false".

    I want to set a device to a virtual device after a certain device has been at a value for at least 60 minutes. I want this event to run even if HomeSeer has been restarted, so an "Exactly" trigger is not appropriate. I want a condition to only allow the event to run if the real device is different than the virtual device.

    Since I am setting a device to a virtual device, there is currently no way to condition the event to run only if the two devices are not the same value.

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  • ScottRennie
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    Originally posted by spud View Post
    I will add a case sensitivity option
    That's great, Cheers Spud

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  • spud
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    Originally posted by ScottRennie View Post
    I may have missed this, but in Events "A Devices String Contains" is the string case sensitive? If so, any chance of a sensitivity option? Sometimes triggers are missed if there's a case typo. Alternatively a boolean option in the string field such as AND OR between strings, so I could do "Test" OR "tEST" OR "test"

    Cheers
    Scott
    I will add a case sensitivity option

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