[Release] Logitech Harmony Hub Driver v0.1.20210725

Thank you @fabien.giuliano and @abuttino! I have incorporated the code changes into my GitHub version.

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I've only connected myself now after a few days offline, happy to see my post was useful. Thank you !

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Did you make any changes to this?

I have the log running and it shows that the + and - button are getting 'button pressed' as well as the level being adjusted.

Maybe something should be better in and else statement.

Again, I haven't looked at the code yet... Doing it now. If necessary, I'll edit this post.

No, I don't believe I made any changes that would impact that behavior. All I did was some code cleanup. This issue is what I was concerned about initially...that the increase/decrease button presses might not be discernable from the pushed/held presses of the other 4 buttons.

Please let me know what you find.

It just needs a second piston in webCoRE. Can't do it in the same piston as the button pushing and holding.

Is there any plan to add Hubitat Package Manager support? I think this would be a significant value add to keep users up to date.

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I am not actively working on adding any of my code to the Community Hubitat Package Manager. I do not personally use HPM, and most of my code is fairly mature and thus does not change very frequently. I also would hate for users to blindly upgrade the code via HPM, discover issues, and then have to deal with the fallout... I see the value in HPM, but I am just not overly eager to have to maintain yet another tool.

Thank you for your understanding.

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I didn't see this mentioned in this thread but is there any way to make the rocker buttons work?

I assume you're referring to the 'Home Control' bulb and socket buttons? If so, here's a good place to start reading the thread...

No, I'm referring to the + / - button between the bulb and socket buttons. It shows in the log that it's changing the level of the associated bulb but it doesn't actually affect the bulb itself.

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So, the data is being collected and events are being fired. It is up to the user to determine how to use that data. @abuttino and @fabien.giuliano may be able to explain how they are using that data. It is not perfect, but it's something. :wink:

Here is something that might help you.

FYI I noticed that you have taken all the child devices off the beginning of this thread. Trying to install for a friend and there were no children getting made, had to use my drivers code from you to get him running.

Not sure what you’re referring to exactly. I haven’t removed anything. The Child Switch driver is linked in the ReadMe. I just verified that the link still works.

OOPS!! Sorry about that. I see it now.

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Thanks. I ended up just mirroring the device's level to the bulb1level attribute's level. If Bulb 1 changes to 90% then the Lamp's level changes to 90%. The granularity of the rocker switch being in 10% increments kind of sucks but it works well enough.

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Hi,
I have a Harmony setup that needs to turn on a few plugs for Amps, Subs.
I understood that I monitor the Harmony activity and use RM to do that.

I want a signle rule that monitors the Harmony activity and if ON, switches on the outlets. If OFF turns the outlets off as well.

Can I do that inb one rule? Here is what I have but it's not working. Outlets do not turn on.
Or do I need two RM rules, one for ON and one for OFF?

What am I missing?

Use conditional actions (If-Then)

You can use one RM rule, but it really would be simpler to use the built-in Simple Automation Rules app as shown below.

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Works thank you!

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