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Chowmain - Experience Buttons Suite The Chowmain Experience Buttons Suite of drivers is designed to add additional functionality into Control4 for various Pulse buttons, On/Off type buttons and Radio Buttons. These buttons can be added to the watch, listen, security, comfort and services menu in Control4's navigator across all user interface devices. Think of them as custom buttons with an icon and feedback as to their current state. On/Off Based buttons Features Ability to be placed in the following menus. Watch Listen Comfort Security Services (only available on T3 touchscreens/EA Controllers) 14 different buttons to choose from On/Off 1 On/Off 2 On/Off 3 On/Off 4 Holiday Mode 1 Holiday Mode 2 Holiday Mode 3 Holiday Mode 4 Nurse Call Party Mode 1 Party Mode 2 Romance Tech Support Checkbox Favorites Events On Off Actions Turn On Turn Off Variables Activated Clicking on a button will toggle the state from On/Off or vice versa and fire an event. Radio Button Features Ability to be placed in the following menus. Watch Listen Comfort Security Services (only available on T3 touchscreens/EA Controllers) Add multiple instances of the driver and group together to create radio buttons in navigator Only one radio button can be selected at any time (just like real radio buttons). Events Selected Not Selected Actions Select Radio Button Variables Checked FAQ Can you give us some examples of how we could use this driver? Favorites buttons can be added to Watch/Listen and programmed to start playback of your favorite TV/Radio Channel, Movie or Playlist eg CNN, BBC, Fox FM, Alan's Playlist. Holiday Mode buttons can be used to trigger holiday mode programming whilst the home owners are away. Use the tech support button to send you, the dealer, an email notifying you that the owner requires assistance. Use the nurse call button for aged care based functionality to call the carer. The On/Off buttons and checkbox buttons can be used for various programming including boolean variable manipulation, turning automated tasks on/off and more. Radio buttons can be used to change the state of a number variable. This is useful for mode selection in the home for modes that have more than 2 options. If a mode has two options only please utilise any of the other On/Off based Experience Buttons. Why do you only support OS 2.9 and above? Experience Buttons requires new functionality only available in OS 2.9 and above. It will not work for older versions of OS. Can you add XYZ button to the Experience Button Suite? If its a good idea and generic enough where other dealers will use it then yes. You will need to provide us with an on and off PNG based image at 300x300. If you have obtained or modified any images sourced from someone else please provide any relevant licencing information that we need to abide by. How do I find out more information about the driver? Please see the links below for more information about the driver. Chowmain Website Download Installation Guide How do I buy the driver? This driver is developed by Chowmain software & apps and is distributed and supported by Houselogix, Inc. Download Driver / Purchase Licence Who do i contact for technical support? This driver is developed by Chowmain software & apps and is distributed and supported by Houselogix, Inc. Support Do you provide trial licences? All Chowmain drivers for Control4 come with a 48 hour trial. This is activated once you add the driver to the project. No additional steps are necessary. Guest Services Example Watch Example Listen Example
Hi, In my previous home, I had some dimmers installed throughout the house which had a nice double-tap feature. Single-tapping a button would ramp the light up to a normal level while double-tapping would instantly bring the light up to max level. I'm trying to reproduce this on a Control4 keypad. It was trivial to set up the behavior in Composer using the Single Tap and Double Tap events for a keypad button. Unfortunately, the result is nearly unusable because of the exceedingly long delays Control4 imposes to determine whether a double-tap happens or not. The result is that when I single-tap a button, there's a 1 to 2 second delay before the single-tap event is actually produced. This means if you walk into a room and want to just turn the lights on normal, you have to wait 2 seconds in the dark before the lights start to ramp up. On a Windows PC, if you go to the Mouse control panel, you'll find an option to let you adjust the double-click delay. This is the maximum amount of time Windows allows between two clicks of the mouse to consider them to be a double-click instead of two independent single-clicks. I'm looking for a similar adjustment in Control4 and haven't found it. Ideally, the double-tap delay would be in the neighborhood of 500ms or so, not 2 seconds. Can this delay be adjusted somehow? Any other clever workarounds available? Any pointers appreciated.
Anyone have 'must have' option buttons suggestion(s) or recommendations for which buttons to program them to on the SR-250 ? With all the TV apps and settings etc. it would sure be nice to have more then power on/off and volume up/down ?
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