It must have been in this last process of updating the firmware of the hub.
Value is only reset to 0 when the value stored in permanent memory is a null value, as is the case when the device is created. The values in permanent memory should not be erased on updates or reboots, but something weird must have happened.
now the valures wil be :
I have fixed it in this version of the driver.
You will have to redo the routines, sorry.
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Hi @nayelyz I don’t know why the presentation of the capability does not execute the automations when the text value to be compared has a blank space between words.
I already had similar to this problem and reported to with another capability and I didn’t remember
This capability presentation does not fire the automations with condition values have a blank space:
Everyday I spend in the community I find more “great surprises” from your drivers
Today it was the day to discover “Aplicaciones Virtuales”. I’ve read the whole thread and installed it and created the Virtual Calendar.
However I don’t see some of the variables that you added like: “Day/Night”, “Civil Twilight”, etc.
I only see these ones: Local Date, Sun Rise, Sun Set, Day Length, Sun Rise Offset1, Sun Set Offset1 and Local Hour Offset.
My driver version is 2023-01-18T16:48:04.
Am I doing something wrong? I am planning to use this Calendar as I’ve seen many good ideas in this thread.
With daylight savings time starting in just under 3 weeks in North America is there a way to automate the “Local Hour Offset” each spring and fall?
In North America daylight savings time starts at 2 AM on the 2nd Sunday in March (March 12th this year) and ends at 2 AM on the 1st Sunday in November (November 5th this year). The problem is that the calendar date changes every year.
I could use IFTTT linked to Google calendar, but I don’t find IFTTT calendar Applets to be very reliable.
I went to edit an existing switchboard, and now I’ve lost control of the other switches…
Also, can the tile show the name of the switch instead of S1/S2/S3… if only in the max 1 switch mode would be nice. It’ll save me having a text-field-5 wasted to get the max 1 switch label to appear on a tile somewhere…
yup, it’s a bug in the new iOS version. On another device that hasn’t gotten the update yet, it works. (unless it’s also a difference between iOS and ipadOS with the SmartThings App, since it occurred to me the last time I worked on getting my switchboards working…it was on my iPad while watching my laundry tumble…)
The connection between the iPad version and the iPhone version is broken now, too. I saw a while back that when I moved a tile on the iPad, it updated the positon on my iPhone. But, now my iPad has everything all jumbled up…while the iPhone still has everything where I want them (and that was since it had logged me out, where I found everything scrambled when I logged back in…)
At least they fixed the issue when creating a routine, the device is only initially placed in the ‘then’ section instead of the prior behavior of In both sections. Was annoying when I was creating a bunch of routines where the device was and only the ‘if’ condition… had to think about creating routines differently… though still a pain when there’s more routines using the device as an ‘if’, than the other devices as 'then’s. Along with the cases where a device is both an ‘if’ and a ‘then’.
Have a lot of rules of ‘if’ foo and the light is on, then dim the light to XX%. Though it’s annoying that light has been slowly dimming through the evening, it suddenly flashes at full daylight brightness because I said “Alexa, Good Night.” For my WiFi bulbs, the turn-off routine is to dim them to 1% and then turn them off. That way if there’s a power outage overnight, they’ll only come back on at 1%. But, now that it’s mandatory to turn it on, in order to dim… And, this was after I had gone through everything making sure I was only dimming and not also turning on lights. Just as I had gone through to make sure that I was only pressing buttons momentarily, and not also turning them on (randomly, the action triggered by the button would fire twice…)
Could be a work in progress, 'cause I thought I read somewhere that they were going to do this…they did sync the order of my rooms recently since I had one room that was either first or last depending on my mood, and slight differences in what was considered my rooms in clockwise order (from the front door.)
The room that is either the first or last one is the room I have the devices that create devices in (and more recently my hub).
I know I had complained last year, that every so often it would scramble the order of my rooms. Hated when I’d be swiping left to get to some room, only to find that I should’ve been swiping right because it had moved on me.