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  1. This is all great information. Learning a lot from the responses. I am going to give this a try. Thanks again
  2. Wow. Thank you. That does seem advanced. I will probably keep it simple for now until I've gained more experience. Not sure I could pull that off but that is terrific information. Thanks for sharing.
  3. Thanks for the quick reply. I now realize that I probably should have posted this in the programming help section. However, what you are proposing is close to what I had been thinking, but then my question is regarding the LED color. Would the LED color be solely controlled by its association with the new lighting scene being either active or inactive (ex. House lights off)? That's where I started to get really confused, because if I have: 1. Activate House Lights Off scene, 2. Turn off all audio zones, 3. Lock the door. and the LED is linked to only the House Off Lighting scene then if any of the other 2 conditions become false at some point the LED would display blue rather than black? Is there a way to tie the LED color to all three criteria or is that over complicating the issue? Thanks again for your help.
  4. I am a beginner and trying to understand how to combine some advanced lighting scenes in addition to my yale lock and audio. I have created two lighting scenes. One for the 1st floor and one for the second floor. I also have a yale lock for the exterior door and sonos audio in some rooms. I would like to program a keypad button at the exit door to do "House Off" which would activate both of my lighting scenes, lock the door and turn off any audio. I would then like to program the kepad LED to be blue when "House Off" is active and black when "House Off" is inactive. I have been able to program the individual scenes to keypad buttons and program the led. I am confused about how to combine all of this to perform the "House Off" function with LED programming. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks
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