Maybe I am missing something here, but how do you read an “on” event trigger on a simple GE/Jasco on/off wall switch? Seems like you can see if it is “on”, if it changes to “on”, if it was “on”, if it stays “on”, and all the corresponding "off"s, but not the trigger itself unless it was previously in an “off” state. I just want to know if “on” was pressed, even if it currently is “on”, is this possible?
I would like to be able to use subsequent pushes of the switch to advance to a next scene. I know this switch is not capable of sending double click or hold events, but I would think it would send an “on” event for “on” regardless of current state, no?