Scene: active, inactive and on

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Jimbolaya
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Scene: active, inactive and on

Postby Jimbolaya » Wednesday 04 January 2017 2:18

What's the difference between setting a scene active or turning it on? What does it mean to set a scene inactive? The blockly code will let me choose to set a scene active, inactive or on. Thx!
Jim

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Re: Scene: active, inactive and on

Postby fabi2000 » Wednesday 04 January 2017 22:36

I have a simple event running that opens and closes my shades on sunset and sunrise. I have used the option "on" and it works. I did not work with the option "active". I have no idea what the difference is, though...

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Re: Scene: active, inactive and on

Postby sion » Wednesday 04 January 2017 23:40

I always use "on" for scenes.
And "on" or "off" for groups.
running domoticz 3.4834 on rpi2, with
Hue bridge / bulbs.
lightwave rf sockets, mood controlers, sensors & contacts.
Home bridge / Siri.
Ha bridge / echo Alexa.
Hard wired alarm system - setting home / away status.

Next: harmony hub.

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Re: Scene: active, inactive and on

Postby Dropshot » Sunday 08 January 2017 23:46

So no one knows where 'Active' is used for? :D


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