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Author Topic: Do Smart Macros Support Triggering a Macro from "All On/All Off"  (Read 16489 times)

corbett messa

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Do Smart Macros Support Triggering a Macro from "All On/All Off"
« on: November 16, 2004, 09:02:20 AM »

I am thinking that I would like a macro to
be triggered by the "All On" button on my
clock radio. I want it to have conditionals
depending on when it is pressed and what
time it is. I will be working with the
plugin tonight, but am trying to figure out
exactly what I want before I start. Can
anyone tell me if I can trigger a Macro
from "All On/All Off"?

Also, any chance that it can count how many
times "All On/All Off" has been pressed?
Kind of like a snooze button with different
outputs depending on time and number of
times pressed.
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Re: Do Smart Macros Support Triggering a Macro from "All On/All Off"
« Reply #1 on: November 16, 2004, 01:25:13 PM »

Triggering a macro based on the All On/All
Off commands isn't possible in the hardware,
but if it's a popular demand it may be
something we can look at adding as a PC-only
option.
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corbett messa

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Re: Do Smart Macros Support Triggering a Macro from "All On/All Off"
« Reply #2 on: November 16, 2004, 09:46:43 PM »

I am not sure about others, but I would like
it. Although I only have one use for it. I
have that alarm clock and would like to use
the button that has a light on it as a
snooze feature. It is the always on button.
I have a timer that turns the light on, I
would like to be able to turn it off and
trigger a macro that will turn it back on in
5 minutes. But I only want to hit the All On
button
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