Folks, I've successfully migrated most of my devices and rules from Wink to HE over the last few days and have hit something of a roadblock. Multiple users have suggested I add End-Ifs to terminate an If, and I see examples of rules with complex If-Then-Else syntax, but for the life of me I can't find where to create such complex rules. And before anyone jumps on me for not reading the documentation, I read the entire Rule 4.0 document and, in any case, I wrote my first computer program in 1966 and continued programming until after I retired in 2000, most of it in IBM mainframe Assembly Language, and I know well how conditional logic works. I simply must be missing something significant in the rule creation process but, for the life of me, I can't find it. Specifically, I had lots of "robots," what Wink called rules, which turned on groups of lights when a motion sensor became active, with different light levels for different time periods. One example is my bathroom. From 5:57AM to 7:15PM, I want the two Zigbee lamps to come on at 100% level and from 7:16PM to 5:56AM the next morning, I want them to come on at 1% level. Wink doesn't have If-Then-Else, so I accomplished this with two rules, with a third rule to turn off the lights after motion has ceased, with a delay of two minutes. My first step was to duplicate this in HE Rule 4.0 with three analogous rules, but results are sporadic, possibly due to the lack of the End-If that I can't figure out how to insert. I'd like to combine the two turn-on rules into one, with time ranges as secondary conditions but, as I say, I can't find how to add an Else clause.
Thanks in advance for the help