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  1. Built custom Thermostat driver (based on C4 Thermostat v2 proxy) and noticed that it was working on 1 iPad and my android phone. Noticed that the C4 app on the working iPad was outdated (only a few versions behind). So I upgraded it... BIG MISTAKE. It broke on my last working iPad too. Version: 320.23.0.371 (June 4, 2020) I update the thermostat reader via the proxy protocol notification: C4:SendToProxy(5001, "TEMPERATURE_CHANGED", {TEMPERATURE = intTemp, SCALE="F"}) On the COMFORT page within the App, the reading is correct. However, if you dive into the thermostat, it says NaN. Again, this works fine within the composer, and within the Android app: 320.21.0.3 (2020-05-21) but fails with the new iPad app. My temperature setting comes out with 2 decimal points, ex: 65.87, however I've tried sending it with 1 decimal point as well as 0 decimal points, to no avail. I wonder if a new proxy protocol notification is needed, or if the format needs to be changed. Any and all help is appreciated. Thanks!
  2. I have been using the C4 app on my iPad for several years. Recently it has become unstable, ie open the app, select the home button to vary volumes, before I can do anything the app closes. Any ideas?
  3. Hello, We have a client who we installed Control4 touchscreen and door station. Everything is working fine except the application. He has an iPhone and an iPad in his house. Whenever I try to log in to the Control4 app through his customer account, it gives me an error saying to purchase the 4Sight subscription. I checked multiple times that he is connected to the same network, his cellular data is off too but every time we try logging in, we face this problem. On the other hand, if I do the same process on my Android phone, it works smoothly. Can anyone tell me what is wrong here? His Control4 application version is The iOS is 11.2.2
  4. In a few projects, the system AirPlay disappears randomly. It's all instances of the driver. Other AirPlay devices like HT Receivers and AppleTVs still work properly. Network hardware is generally a Mikrotik Routers with Ubiquiti APs.
  5. Hi all, I posted about a couple of other drivers I wrote and unfortunately I have not been getting much interest in them. If anyone knows of a better place to find beta testers for drivers please let me know. Anyway, hopefully this is something more people will be interested in. It's a driver that uses the "Find My iPhone" service from apple to detect your location and trigger events. You don't have to run any software on your Apple device other than the built in Find My iPhone service so there are no settings to mess with on your iPhone, iPad, etc. Events can be triggered when you arrive or leave up to six different locations per device. For example you can trigger lights to turn on when you arrive home and turn off when you leave home. You could also trigger the heating or cooling to turn on when you leave from work so the house is comfortable when you arrive home. Let me know if you are interested in helping me test it out. Phil 1/12/14 UPDATE: The driver is now available for sale at Synapse Home Automation. There is a free trial as well.
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