OK, since there is an actual trigger, the physically pushing the switch off, you could do that with the official SmartLights features, it will just take multiple automations.
- an automation for the regular time restriction on the one light, probably creating these setting as a scene, since that will be useful later
Two) An automation for when the switch turns on, Turning on all the lights
An automation for when the switch is turned off between the hours of sunset and sunrise which triggers the scene from automation 1) above
An automation for when the switch is turned off The rest of the day which does whatever you want to happen the rest of the day
So as long as the switches do not control the actual current to the pocket sockets, you can do it that way, it’s just a lot of work to set it up right And maintenance could be confusing. I like the idea of making the “ two off one on” set up a scene because then you can use it in both automation one and automation three and if you change your mind on what the Dim levels should be or whatever, you only have to change it in one place.
Alternatively, you could do all of the above in Webcore, including some additional more complex factors like who is home, etc. So that’s up to you.