Ok, thanks. So, what I will do is in SHM only monitor “Glass-Break” in my away settings and then I will put “Basement Motion” in my delay profiles only. I think (hopefully) this fixes all the false triggers and I’ll no longer be scaring my dog.
Also, I thought I had that keypad DTH setup to “update from the source repo” or whatever it was, but I can’t find out to make it sync and pull it from repo. When I choose update from repo and select the mitchpond one, it only had some other random thing (devicetypes/lgkapps/notdev.src/notdev.groovy) as a “New (only in GitHub)” option. The “Obsolete (updated in Github)” and “Conflicted (updated locally and in GitHub)” are both totally blank in the boxes. When I copied what I had published and what you had linked for the source from Github and used ExamDiff, I could see where he was missing a set of closing parenthesis on in the code for the battery:
result.value = Math.min(100, (int) pct * 100)
vs the new
result.value = Math.min(100, Math.round(pct * 100))
So, I think that’s what you were referring to. I am new to the IDE with this implementation, so I guess I may have it set up incorrectly if it’s not syncing or finding the updates or maybe I misunderstood how that all works. I thought if I grabbed from repo as opposed to just pasting source code in, that it could keep it updated. Can you clarify where I may need to do something to fix that?
In the meantime, I just edited, deleted the old code, pasted the new, saved, and published, so the new is in there. That said, the battery still shows 0%, but I think the basement keypad is having trouble seeing the hub very well. This morning I couldn’t arm from the keypad because the little upper right corner “signal” light wasn’t green so I think it couldn’t see the hub. I tried removing the batteries overnight last night and putting them in this morning so it could definitely attempt a reconnect, but it didn’t see it. I can try hauling it upstairs and then powering on to see if it behaves closer to the hub and then try relocating the hub to a location that works for both keypads. I’m surprised it’s having so much trouble.