Thank you for your reply! I am not sure if I understood your suggestion right, but I still believe that I will need to have one flow for every button on every scene controllers in each room to get this to work. Which means 6 scenes/room * 3 scene controllers/room -> 18 flows for one single room.
This is actually how it is set up today. All scenes are defined, and then I have separate flows triggering the scenes with actions from the scene controllers. However, I still need one flow for every button on every scene controller with this approach, which then ends up with 18 flows per room just configure the scene controllers…
You can also try “omdhenken” / think different: is it bad to have many flows?!
My experience is that littong up in multiple flows makes them muxh easier to read+troubleshoot and less change on entanglements.
I do not like to have multiple flows programming the same scene.
But a single flow for every button, I like it
I see your point, but having 180 flows in the app make it very difficult to navigate among the flows. And it becomes very hard to use for the rest of the family… Any other ideas on how configure all scene controllers and to minimize the number of flows?
Maybe you have found a way but if you have not, here’s how I did it.
I use the advanced flow and in the logics I establish a counter. For the hall I make HallCount = 0,5.
If the counter is below 1, set the dim scene, and add 1 to the counter. I push the switch once more and the counter is more then 1, but less then 2. Because it’s above 1 it starts the next scene and adds 1. Next push is next scene and so on. I have 4 scenes and I reset the counter till 0,5 and start all over again. Working great for me
Sure, I have taken this screen shot of my advanced flow. I made the variable “SoveC” and gave it a value of 0.5. Then I adds 1 for every time I press the button. I hope it can be for some help, and don’t hesitate to contact me again if ther’s anything about it you wonder. I’m glad if I can be of any help, and have to underline that I’m still a newbee myself.