June 30, 2017, 1:48pm
I want to set up a rule, say for instance if there is no events on a motion sensor within a specific time period and then if that rule was brokedn, I would like to display it on the dashboard. Is that possible?
Yes possible but thing can get kinda weird.
Create virtual Switch (this will be on your dashboard)
Use webCoRE to create your rule to turn on your virtual switch if no motion for specific time period. If motion, then turn off your switch.
The bit and pieces are there.
SwitchMania - get
Create, Control, and Use virtual switches from a single Parent App. No need to use IDE. Allows you to replace dozens of SmartApps with just 1! And if you decide that you no longer need a virtual switch (and/or the link to a Routine), then SwitchMania App deletes it.
SwitchMania - is the parent app.
It controls 2 types of child apps:
(1) My Virtual Switch Creator - which creates virtual (on/off or momentary) switches and
(2) My Switch Calls Routines App - which links a switch with a Routine (Hello Home) when a switch is turned on or off.
You need to install all 3 apps in the IDE.
To have SwitchMania be able to create Virtual Momentary Button Device, you also need to install SmartThings’ “Momentary Button Tile” in the IDE.
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June 30, 2017, 3:33pm
there is also an upcoming feature called “followed by” or rather, “not followed by” - so you can simplify that logic - but I am still working on development of said feature.
June 30, 2017, 3:50pm
Thank you for your suggestion cuboy29
June 30, 2017, 3:51pm
Brilliant, thank you. can you let me know when its ready please ady624
Best bet is probably to keep an eye on the posts in the CoRE subcategory.
July 6, 2017, 3:56pm
Will do thank you marktheknife