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  1. Sure, it’s fairly straight forward. Firstly you need a dummy A/V switch driver with 2 hdmi inputs and 1 hdmi output. Set up the IP driver with the mini drivers you want so it’s all working correctly, in composer connect the IP driver to one of the hdmi inputs on the A/V switch, rename the IP driver to Fire stick app switcher. Add IR driver to project and connect to the other hdmi input on the A/V switch, then connect the output of the A/V switch to wherever the Fire stick in physically plugged in. Hide fire stick app switcher from navigators. Connect IR from controller to flirc. Then in programming select a room, select “when video changes”. then in the script below put a conditional “if video source is Netflix OR if video source is Prime video OR (however many mini drivers you have) “ then nest an action to the conditional to select the fire stick IR driver in that room. let me know if any of that doesn’t make sense, there may be a better way to do the programming that others can mention but it works well. I’ll try and post a screenshot later.
  2. Here's an IR driver for a fire stick with the amazon logo. I'll also attach the config file for the flirc that the driver was based on. I use the IP driver on my system so I can take advantage of the mini drivers then switch to the flirc driver with a bit of programming when a mini driver is selected so I get IR control Amazon FireTV 20180920.fcfg mediaplayer_amazon_firetv_flirc_2018.c4z
  3. I would go for an Anthem if budget allows, I think they sound awesome and they integrate well
  4. Now we have the add music driver I love that we can add music services easily and take advantage of all the free trials for the different services and see what works best for ourselves. I love Tidal
  5. If it was me I would just get a few poe cameras fed from a local nvr somewhere on site, add a monitor and if there is another break in you can review the camera footage, just having the cameras up would probably put off any would be burglars anyway. If being able to check the cameras remotely is important to you just get a router that can use a 4g dongle and plug the nvr in to the router
  6. I’ve always thought the Triad amp is great value, it’s sounds great and integrates perfectly. You could use any multi-zone amp really though, preferably one with trigger inputs or audio sensing to turn it on but you could get one thats left on all time if you wanted, not recommended though.
  7. Apparently drivers for some Sub-zero appliances have been released over the last week, has anyone had a chance to play with them yet?
  8. Yea man the 302 feels like a more premium remote. I wish C4 would come out with a wider range of remotes to suit different needs, I would love to see a simple waterproof remote for bathrooms and other wet rooms
  9. I love the Crestron remote’s buttons and layout but does no one else think it feels really cheap? It’s so light and the plastic feels like it would be so easy to break. TSR310 with a metal body like neeo would be my ideal remote
  10. Didn’t Legrand buy qmotion a little while ago? It would be good to see some shades added to the product line, it sounds like a lot of hype for shades though
  11. That driver from intrinsicdev is awesome, I’ve used it a few times now and it’s rock solid. So much better than the official driver
  12. Dymo rhino 5200, different tape sizes, colours and materials available, 12mm wide, black on white, flexible nylon are my go to, I’ve never seen them fall off or fade over time, comes with a great hard case for when you take it on site too
  13. I think blinds can show on the OSD if you favourite it to the room using a T3 or mobile app
  14. I use a Dymo label maker but their flexible nylon cartridges are awesome for using on cables, I've never seen one unpeel and fall off.
  15. That is a good point, I hadn’t thought of that. On the topic of changing/editing programming though, the new way of replacing a line of code with another by holding shift makes this so much easier, it’s saved me so much time since they introduced that feature, I also love that you can select the whole script for copying and pasting now instead of just one line
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