Conditions Bug in Power Source or User Error?

I noticed that a rule didn't fire in the manner that I expected it to and started digging. It didn't take long to figure out why...

This seems obvious to me, but am I missing something here? Thanks!

This is what I'm using:

I verified this to be working on my range extender..

Thanks, Bryan, but I have a couple of different rules set to fire (including notifications) when one of the power sources change, and they all work fine.

What I am having trouble with is the 'all' statement in the condition that is not working correctly. Notice that one unit is on battery and the other is on mains, but the 'all on mains' rule still claims to be TRUE.


Interesting.. Ok.. So on conditions yes.. I am seeing what you are seeing .. But only on all, it seems to be correct on individual..

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I'm going to ping @bravenel as I am hardly a RM expert.. And I may be missing something..

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Thanks! I'll wait for the cavalry! :smiley:

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Yep, there is a bug in All for Power Source. A typo. Will be fixed in the next release.


Cool. Glad I wasn't going crazy. Thanks for the help!

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