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  1. One more thing, with the Chowmain driver, can I take my existing C4 Thermostats that are currently on 2 of my 6 zones for my Geo (and wired into the Geo controllers) and force them to talk to the IntesisBox interface instead? From my understanding the IntesisBox is all Wifi so how does that work?
  2. Everybody around here uses Mitsubishi Mr. Slim units. I've finally got enough data to realize my Geo is not sized large enough even with zones after my addition, and my ductwork is a disaster. I have two zones I need to move to ductless. What are others experiences with IntesisBox? I'm guessing my guys around here won't know anything about them, so @C4Newbie's comment has me concerned. I don't want to go through another summer with outrageous bills, so I'm going to put this on the fast track.
  3. I didn't even see the post from Chowmain before I typed this (Chowmain has taken over first-line support for drivers sold by HL) Great for him, because I'm sure he has the staff to handle calls, but worried about what smaller developers are going to be left with for first-line support.
  4. I don't really get the context of the question. There's not really anything Control4-specific about a HTPC build. If you are using Kodi, Plex, MyMovies, etc that has Control4 support, you just build the server / NAS / etc. how you normally would for those products and then it is later integrated into Control4.
  5. Is there a reason Axxess is missing? I mean the driver sounds great, but I'm not sure I want to spend the money unless its comprehensive. Is other support on the roadmap? Thanks.
  6. Ok, well Houselogix is a primary provider for many core drivers. I haven't used them much for support lately, but even before the Snap purchase it was hit and miss. If its worse now, well, I would hope that is not acceptable to the many developers that count on them for first line support. It looked like they were in line to be the primary alternative to Control4 and now it seems we are back to fragmentation, which I wish wasn't the case. Are the developers that went with HL stuck with them no matter what? Or is there some sort of SLA that lets you out?
  7. Look for previous Rachio threads for ideas. In my case, I use FloLogic. If I don't have two-way integration with my sprinkler system, so FloLogic doesn't know a sprinkler running longer than a set time isn't a leak, its a big problem. Another good thing to do is when an audio zone is active, make sure sprinklers don't come on.
  8. No kidding. You aren't going to want to pay to even get it up and going, just rip it all out and eBay it. Threads like this are pointless.
  9. ban them. Obviously trying to get a post count up.
  10. I had a Harmony before Logitech bought them and used them for probably 10 years. Its a decent solution, but I'm taking exception with somebody praising a market cap of a company who almost dropped this product line fairly recently--like the Harmony line is a core product of theirs or something.
  11. Logitech Harmony? Are you serious? The brand almost disappeared just a few years back.
  12. My bad, didn't realize they added that...I see what you're saying though.
  13. C4 ought to at least add Touch ID on iOS. Its a free API. Can't be that hard. Not that it would prevent this but its kind of a checkbox item to me. Allow it to be turned off if not used.
  14. Old topic, but I just went through yet another sewage ejection pump failure and my water sensors were late to notify... http://www.sumptest.com/
  15. No idea, its a legacy driver at this point and not sure how much information you can find.