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billy

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Re: Another Active-eye problem
« Reply #15 on: May 02, 2005, 06:30:17 AM »

Danny,

Looking at the first 2 macros, I noticed
that the command does not seem to have an
operation associated to it:

<el cmd="2"  area="1" target="2000010" />
<el cmd="1"  area="1" target="2000010" />

Notice 'level="100"' or 'level="0"' in your
other macros:
<el cmd="7"  area="1" target="2000027"
level="100" />
H4 is a Lamp Module right? so the level
commands should be ok.

Does your other macro 'Another Test On'
or 'Test Again Off work?

Last suggestion, goto file new create the
Light and the 2 macros from scratch and see
if that works.
Good Luck!


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Danny Rego

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Re: Another Active-eye problem
« Reply #16 on: May 02, 2005, 10:25:50 AM »

It's actually not a LAMP, but an APPLIANCE
module.  I assume that is why the 0-100
level is not there.
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Danny Rego

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Re: Another Active-eye problem
« Reply #17 on: May 02, 2005, 10:26:39 AM »

It's actually not a LAMP, but an APPLIANCE
module.  I assume that is why the 0-100
level is not there...and YES...the macros
work if I click them manually.  (...and
I've tried clearing out all modules/macros,
and re-creating)
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Re: Another Active-eye problem
« Reply #18 on: May 02, 2005, 01:14:25 PM »

Danny: Two things. 1) The appearance of both
macros running on screen (Run Macro buttons
flashing) when the RF On trigger is received
is a bug. We'll be fixing that. 2) Are these
macros stored in the interface? If so, is the
house code of the macro trigger set to be
transceived? That's required for the macro to
fire.
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Danny Rego

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Re: Another Active-eye problem
« Reply #19 on: May 03, 2005, 04:51:38 PM »

1) The appearance of both  macros running
on screen (Run Macro buttons  flashing)
when the RF On trigger is received  is a
bug. We'll be fixing that.

Ok...good...it's not just me.

2) Are these  macros stored in the
interface?

Yes

Is the  house code of the macro trigger set
to be  transceived?  That's required for
the macro to  fire.

No it wasn't....and now I feel really
dumb!!!  Thanks for the help.  The thing
that threw me off was the ON/OFF of the
macro blinking...I didn't even think to
check anything else!

Thanks again!


Why does it need to be tranceived?  I
thought Transceiving was only needed if you
were allowing a remote to DIRECTLY SEND
codes to individual modules.

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