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Author Topic: Mr. Tuicemen or Mr. Puck - a macro from the maestros, if you please!  (Read 25112 times)

PajamaGuy

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Re: Mr. Tuicemen or Mr. Puck - a macro from the maestros, if you please!
« Reply #15 on: January 11, 2008, 01:34:08 PM »

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If the wall switch is a Lamp Module type, then it will flash as well.
You're correct, the WS467 does respond (if on the same HC as the DS7000 - another reason to re-code it) - but instead of On-Off, it dims & brightens !??!  I guess that's because my 467's don't go on/off even manually - duh.

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Re: Mr. Tuicemen or Mr. Puck - a macro from the maestros, if you please!
« Reply #16 on: January 11, 2008, 02:56:30 PM »

... - but instead of On-Off, it dims & brightens !??! 

Sounds like you have a newer version of the WS467. The ones I have associated with my DS7000 do flash full-on / full-off.

Interesting.... this new change in the function of the WS467 may not be fully compatible with the speed of the DS7000's flash rate.
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