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  1. It's not a DIY system. Just by the nature of your questions, it's not going to be what you're looking for.
  2. Good idea, I have been running the free version on some multimonitor PCs, but this seems like a good idea if I could dedicate a Pi to it.
  3. Didn't have to reinvent the wheel: https://www.residentialsystems.com/blogs/joe-whitaker-proves-valet-voice-control-in-dallas-model-home
  4. I PM'ed you for more details about the driver. Interested in obtaining it (obviously).
  5. Do you plan to support the new commands that are going to be offered on the new remote that is going to be available soon? Since this device seems to be in a perpetual beta state, ongoing support would be important. I mean, no offense to Jim, but it is utterly ridiculous we had PiP/PoP in the previous product, and were promised it would be available in the Radiance Pro. That was SIX YEARS ago.
  6. I'm waiting on the specifics, but according to AVS Forum somebody is finally selling a 2-way driver for Lumagen Radiance Video Processors. Has anybody used it?
  7. Thinking about trying this driver, @readid you ever figure anything out here?
  8. The RoomMe sensors are on sale right now, but no sign yet of a smaller version. I'm still waiting, as the way these work, it seems like you don't get a room exit until another beacon picks you up, so it is probably going to be pretty hard to pick only certain rooms to have a beacon in.
  9. Normally numerous drivers are on sale for Black Friday or Cyber Monday. I haven't seen any this year. Anybody seen anything?
  10. I've already got a CardAccess setup, so it isn't worth a hack. Thanks.
  11. MyQ is on sale right now on Amazon, which would be nice to have for Amazon Key and the like. But I assume at this point Control4 users should just steer clear, right?
  12. Conversely (there is no right answer), I prefer a catch-all room called "Whole House" where I put the things like door locks and garage doors that I want to be able to see at a glance all at once.
  13. https://www.reddit.com/r/ifttt/comments/j050i1/thank_you_for_your_feedback_however_as_a_greedy/?ref=share&ref_source=link also (even though this YouTube rant is more about those that are using Hue, Belkin, etc independent of a Control4 solution--the basic concept and analogies still apply)
  14. Hard disagree--they should at the very least be grandfathering in existing users better than they are. I've spent many hours setting these applets up the past few years. Somehow, it says I have 73 that are not "free forever" even though most of these were created from templates I found on the site and from first reading of the vague differentiation they describe they should be "free forever". I guess only "published" applets created by developers are not considered custom, so that is basically nothing that is actually worth paying for anyway. I don't understand why it is fine to pull the rug out for most here. It's straight bait and switch. And even though this trend seems to be inevitable, every time it happens it should at least be criticized by the home automation community as a group and maybe something would change. Not to mention the ridiculously short amount of time from announcement to implementing their paywall. What's next? Maybe Google and Amazon will start charging a monthly fee just for voice control. At least in the IFTTT Reddit group there are people offering alternative options, we aren't even seeing that here. Sad.
  15. They limit custom setup to like 3 different ones. Not enough for a family of 5 even for basics. That's why I'm asking here though, if I'm missing something, but I don't think I am. They already e-mailed and said I had more than 3 and would be deleting extra ones...
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