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Author Topic: Using "Module Status" in conditionals  (Read 6808 times)

jim lytle

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Using "Module Status" in conditionals
« on: February 05, 2005, 11:37:56 AM »

Upgraded to 3.179 and this solved the
problem I mentioned in previous post
(dawn/dusk times incorrect)

A question:  In using the Module Status in
a conditional, the module displays only one
house code when I edit the option.  In my
case it is M (1-16).  How do you change the
House Code?  Surely this is possible. I'm
using several other house codes in my
setup.
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steve l.

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Re: Using "Module Status" in conditionals
« Reply #1 on: February 05, 2005, 01:14:10 PM »

You can only use module status in
conditionals that are on the "monitored
housecode" selected in Hardware Cofig.
Hopefully this will changed in future
release, at least to "Monitor all Housecodes
from PC" for those who leave PC connected and
running 24/7.
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