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#387

You can change line 59:

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… by inverting it to this:

IF Time is NOT between 1:00 AM and 7:30 AM


#388

I’ve made the change.I get back to you with feedback.

I thought that the line 117 was the one that stoped the piston earlier than I wanted.

Thanks,
Vlad


#389

I have never tried that exact code before, but I believe line 117 is only false one minute a day. (the last minute before midnight)

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If my hunch is correct, then perhaps changing it to:
is greater than 00:00 might make it work 100% of the time…


Edit:

Honestly, I would not change line 117 until you have tested my earlier recommendation… If line 59 fails, the entire piston will not do as you want


#390

I am clicking the image in the original post (way above) because all I see is the image. How do I actually get the code and import it? I don’t see that anywhere. I am not referring to the web core dashboard. Thank you for any help


#391

The backup code is found at the top of any green snapshot

Once you import it, you will often have to point to your devices to get the piston to work.

A good habit is to look at the original piston while doing this, so you can verify the right devices go in the right section.


#392

ohhhhhh that’s what the code is for…wow… thank you!!!


#393

What brand of lights is everyone using for this piston.
I would like to utilize this piston for string lights. My plan is to have string lights on my windows and have them change color according the monthly holidays.

Thank you!