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    TimeClock for button push

    Hi,

    I'm curious is it possible to activate selected button in timeclocks ?

    Now im using Shared Scenes in timeclocks but this is not good way for client, becuase he is not able to edit those scenes .

    Button is easy to edit for client from app .

    Or maybe there is an option to make shared scenes edit available from the app ?



    Thank you for any suggestions .

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    I would do this:
    keep timeclock as-is
    keep shared scene as-is
    drop a homeowner keypad into design
    add same shared scene to button on homeowner keypad

    client can now edit the button on the homeowner keypad and the timeclock will call up the same scene after client edits

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    Quote Originally Posted by digit1 View Post
    I would do this:
    keep timeclock as-is
    keep shared scene as-is
    drop a homeowner keypad into design
    add same shared scene to button on homeowner keypad

    client can now edit the button on the homeowner keypad and the timeclock will call up the same scene after client edits

    Thank you for suggestion.
    I tried to do that but still .
    I get message that button have special programming . ( I programmed shared scene in HWQS program to this button )

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