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Old February 27th, 2013, 03:01 PM
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HST-IWAC7 Physical Buttons Usage

The HST-IWAC7 looks to have 4 physical buttons. I'm curious what those buttons are used for and can I reassign each one to be used for my most common Events. For example I'd like a button to open my garage door and a button to unlock the front door of my condo building. I already do this with HS Events but hard buttons would be much better than having to navigate to the appropriate screen.
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Old February 27th, 2013, 09:07 PM
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The HST-IWAC7 looks to have 4 physical buttons. I'm curious what those buttons are used for and can I reassign each one to be used for my most common Events. For example I'd like a button to open my garage door and a button to unlock the front door of my condo building. I already do this with HS Events but hard buttons would be much better than having to navigate to the appropriate screen.
Buttons at bottom L to R are volume down, power, volume up and the button on the right is the hardware back button (at least that's the way they are on the first version).

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