Hey guys! First, thank you for creating the app/drivers to let the myQ stuff work on HE. I just dumped Wink because of how poorly managed it is and generally shady business practices and absolutely thrilled that I landed with Hubitat. It takes a little learning curve, but works so much better and has way more flexibility.
Anyways, I am successfully using the "no sensor" version for now until I get one, but when I was reading about the "lock" version an idea came about. My particular garage door opener is one of the jack shaft myQ types that has a separate light and also a deadbolt that automatically locks and unlocks when the door is open or closed. Is there any way to use that deadbolt as a "sensor" to kind of solve the reporting challenge of whether the door is open or closed? I don't think you could control the lock itself independently (don't know why you'd want to anyways), but could a program somehow be written so the door reports Open when the lock is unlocked and Closed when it's locked? I just thought that could be a cool way to have it all integrated into one system, I dunno.
I obviously know nothing about the outputs or programming of all this stuff, but curiosity got the best of me haha.
Dumb question, but with the "no sensor" version I'm having trouble making a dashboard button to open and close the door. Maybe that's not really possible without the sensor so you know whether it's open or not.
Sorry if this is a repeat question. Haven't gotten through my coffee yet this morning.