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  1. It was something related to a new dealer incentive program. WEAK!
  2. Thanks.. I just noticed that you could manipulate the screen saver under the T3's actions in programming. I wasn't looking in the right place, as always.
  3. I would like to enable/disable T3 screen savers with programming (the screen saver can be too bright in bedrooms at night, so I would like to disable it). Is this possible?
  4. That looks pretty cool. $300 is more than I want to spend *yet*, though. I picked up a Kill-A-Watt for $22.
  5. I'm trying to determine how much electricity my rack is using (I'm having unusually high electric bills). Was considering ordering one of these Kill-a-watts [1] to measure. Any other suggestions? [1] https://www.amazon.com/P3-P4400-Electricity-Usage-Monitor/dp/B00009MDBU/ref=asc_df_B00009MDBU/?tag=hyprod-20&linkCode=df0&hvadid=167125429392&hvpos=&hvnetw=g&hvrand=3073158476690182747&hvpone=&hvptwo=&hvqmt=&hvdev=c&hvdvcmdl=&hvlocint=&hvlocphy=9014308&hvtargid=pla-306572288073&psc=1
  6. Have you looked at the OS3 graphics though? They are much nicer than older/pre-OS3 C4. I'm not bashing you or your UI choices, but I would agree that the UI in your screenshots look very dated.
  7. Don't believe so. But - yeah, it's way too sensitive at times.
  8. Right - I try to keep my lighting buttons on bindings.. otherwise, they tend to get too complicated and/or sluggish. However, I originally had my "Music" buttons bound to the Room Control driver's PRESET_CYCLER function. But, to achieve the functionality that I needed with LED's and the ability to use the button to join adjacent sessions, I had to convert the button to use programming. This is just one example. But yeah, I do agree with you about keeping lighting scenes as simple as possible.. otherwise, people tend to get frustrated.
  9. ... or just get the Vizio IP driver - which is likely going to be easier and cheaper in the long run.
  10. You can hide a lot behind a TV if you have back-boxes installed.. typically only applicable for new construction, though.
  11. But necessary if you want to do anything "non standard" like execute additional "things", double taps, triple taps, etc. The annoying thing is that bindings are always much quicker to respond, even than programming a "press," but you often NEED to use programming to achieve any type of advanced behavior.
  12. You could use a Somfy remote+myLink (remote is necessary for initial pairing to the myLink). The driver is free (there is also a paid one that offers more functionality). I think you could probably use the Bond as well, but I haven't done this yet, so I'm not sure how that works. This driver is not free.
  13. You want to use a Sony driver for a Vizio TV? Annex4 has a IP Vizio driver that is compatible with most Vizio SmartCast TV's. I use it and it works perfectly.
  14. Thanks.. I swear I tried this yesterday, but guess I may have done something wrong. It seems to work great now!
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