Sounds like a nice feature to add... Perhaps @stephack's Advanced Button Controller might be a good place to look? If it doesn't have the capability today, it could probably be added. I use ABC to cycle through my ceiling fan speeds using the center button (pushed event) on a Pico. Holding that button (held event) causes the fan to turn off.
That is what made me think of it. I am doing the same thing with my fans, I cycle through speeds ... cycling through scenes would be a great thing. Otherwise I have to have 2 different remotes - one to turn on / off things and handle fan. The other to assign scenes to on the pico. I can do that .. but it would be nice to have 1 button instead of 2 picos
The fan cycle logic was not difficult to setup because the next option in the cycle was obvious to predict. I'm not sure I could do that with Scenes because I won't have a simple way to know what scene would be next in the cycle or how many scenes to include. I don't currently have scenes setup, so I would have to create a few and see if this is feasible. I will update here if I come up with a solution. If anyone has Scenes enabled and has has thoughts on how to set this up, I'm open to suggestions.
Couldn't you just do the multi select to include as many scenes as you would want? Like select these dimmers (check check check)? I don't think "order" will matter much - and if someone wants it in a specific order they would probably need to name it as such. (Ok I know that its easier said than done).
** if you add this - the first question will be - how can I reorder them ...
But I have no problem setting a limit on options. We can't get everything we want...and there's always RM as @adamkempenich demonstrated in the post above.
So the good news is...I just created a test scene and thankfully it's not a standard virtual switch or button so I'm hoping I can narrow down the multiselection menu to just scenes. The fact that it also has momentary push functionality is good as well because I wont have to worry about setting and resettting the "on" status of the previous scene when another is activated.
The "potentially " bad news...the good news above are based on assumptions I can't test till later this afternoon when I can sit down and run some test code.
I don't think it's you I think it's either scene's or me .. (which lends itself to me) ... (I'm trying to 8 things at once )- let me get some drastically different scenes setup so it will show the change tonight ....