Are you doing something that could be accomplished with Routines or Rules instead?
You’ve taken the effort to put your device on an Edge driver, which gives you local processing and futureproofing. Now you’re setting up automations with a Groovy smartapp, which means you’re back to cloud processing and the threat of the Groovy end of life.
Ah. Yeah, an incremental level adjustment definitely isn’t currently available in routines unless the driver for the device you’re dimming has that as a custom function that can be called.
It might be possible in rules - @nayelyz posted an example showing mirroring between two devices which is a similar level of complexity. I haven’t started messing around with rules yet to know for sure what’s possible though.
Hey guys, sorry to bother you, but I’ve been fighting this odd behavior for days now. I’m using HS-WD100+, HS-WD200+, as well as an odd HS-WS100+. All were working fine with a v2 hub, and ABC leveraging muti-tap controls. Now I started losing 1 of my WD and ended up replacing my hub to the Aeotec and starting over. However, can’t seem to figure out how to get passed the change of 8 to 1 button (with behavior or something). I can force the ST app on my iphone to “show” 8 buttons, but they all say the same thing, which is the last I picked. When I go in it has the right name though it’s missing the picture… and ultimately, whatever I configure to do it doesn’t… Anyone know what I’m doing wrong???
With the recent updates in ST and updates to Homeseer device handlers, I don’t need the ABC smartapp anymore. I can do it all with the standard automations (routines)–even changing the LEDs on the 200/300 series switches.
Is it possible to add a push notification and/or an SMS text via ABC? I am looking but don’t see the options. The old samsung button controller app has those options, but that app won’t work for me any longer. I installed ABC, but don’t see those options and figured I would ask.
Hoping to get some help. I used to use ABC Manager a while back (2-3 years or so) when SmartThings Classic was still working as it should and before the new version came out… I had moved and pulled all my HomeSeer WD100+ dimmers and they’ve been sitting in a box this whole time. Fast-forward this week, I’ve installed all of them back at a new residence and hooked-up SmartThings and set everything up on the new version, but ABC Manager does not work. It says that there are no devices to be selected, though I have like 7-8 Homeseer dimmers around the house and all of them work with SmartThings for On/Off/Dim functions, but I am looking to get the Double and Triple tap actions back.
I’ve updated the code for the ABC Manager and ABC Child Creator, only published the Manager, not the Child Creator, but the same still applies. I am not able to assign any functions to any of the existing dimmers that I have.
I’m also using the Darwin one, but the latest version (which is 1.08). I would suggest updating (if you haven’t already) to the latest DTH and also confirm in the device that it is using that DTH (not sure if you excluded and reincluded when you took them out and reinstalled them).
not sure if im missing something here, ive installed the ABC manager (published) and the child (unpublished) but when i go to add controls to the device i get a network error. I am kind of new and trying to migrate everything to full smartthings control. i couldnt find any tutorial or info but what im trying to do is set the ikea remote to behave in smart things how it did originally. top button dim up, bottom button dim down, left and right buttons color cycle, and center button on/of, im also trying to use a standard two button dimmer as well as the newer 5 button controller.
I’m having this error when mapping the aqara cube to change ST location mode:
groovy.lang.MissingMethodException: No signature of method: script_app_862cf6bae9ec899a11c8e244110de0c1c350c6373c7002d15ed82be7842183ac.null() is applicable for argument types: (java.lang.String) values: [TV Mode]
It work fine when mapping a Turn on Light funtion, the problem is when mapping a Set Mode funtion.