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News & Announcements / YouTube Channel
« Last post by Myro Control on January 27, 2022, 07:21:16 pm »
I've created a Myro Control YouTube channel, head over there to subscribe.  I'll be posting tutorial videos and how to use Myro:Home and products.  As I keep adding more and more features, people are asking for a manual, but it's easier just to create videos showing all the features.
Yes, you can show/hide the sections.
OK, I see what happened. I'll answer my own question in case someone else has this issue. I looked at my wife's iPhone and it looked just like I remembered it. I can see now there are some arrows next to "Areas" and Zones".  When these arrows are tapped showing the data, the app looks how I like it to look. I'll try to remember this in the future.   
It appears that the app has changed. In the past when I would log into the iPhone app, at the very top it would tell me my alarm status. I could tap on that to Arm or Disarm my system. Now, I seem to have to "dig" to be able to arm or disarm my system. 

To arm or disarm my system I must now, Tap Security, then tap the Lock, (that is right next to the emergency button!).  Then select my choice of what I wish to do.  The old way was easier, I'm wondering if I've accidentally configured something to make this app harder to use?
Report a Bug / Re: Skewed logs and delayed updates
« Last post by Myro Control on January 10, 2022, 02:22:24 pm »
Have found the issue with Thermostats... this will be fixing in v2.22.
Report a Bug / Re: Skewed logs and delayed updates
« Last post by macman on January 09, 2022, 11:38:37 pm »
Thanks! I did notice the new version, and can confirm that at least the CSV logs look much better now. I took advantage of this to feed the CSV log files to a Python script that emulates a TP-Link smart plug with power measurement, so now every time a light turns on or off, it gets reported to my Sense energy monitor, so I can see how much power my lights are using! And I'm feeding the thermostat CSV files to Grafana, so I'm getting graphs of how my radiant heat system is performing, which might motivate me to edit some of the thermostat parameters to get better performance.

I'll see if the connection becomes any more stable, or if I still have to reboot regularly. I see that I'm on an old-ish version of the firmware, and at least two updates since my version (3.12) include "improved TCP connection" in the release notes.

And I'll open a support case for the thermostat updates.
Report a Bug / Re: Skewed logs and delayed updates
« Last post by Myro Control on January 09, 2022, 02:14:05 pm »
Hi!  v2.50 if Myro:Home Helper is available should fix many of these issues.

Please create a support ticket if you are still having issues and we can work closer to figure out the issue.

As for Myro:Home -- looks like there is another person having the same issue with climate updating... I am trying to repro it here, version  2.22 will be out this month and I want to make sure I get this bug/issue addressed.
Yes, one-time charge.   

Forums are brutal to run because of so many spammers -- easier to create a support ticket sometimes.
General Discussion / RS232 Control of volume and input selection for Meridian.
« Last post by CARLTON8000 on January 02, 2022, 05:18:59 am »
Curious as to when using airplay via the digital output, can the Air provide volume control and source selection for Meridian products that use the same protocol?
Report a Bug / Re: Skewed logs and delayed updates
« Last post by macman on December 26, 2021, 10:43:22 pm »
Oh, and a third thing that seems to happen occasionally; if I leave Myro:Home Helper running for a while (say a week) eventually the green dot next to the controller turns yellow, and it stops communicating with the HAI. I tried to work around this by having the computer just automatically reboot itself periodically, but sometimes when I do that, the HAP server doesn't start. Is there a way to keep both the connection to the OmniPro II and the HAP server running consistently without needing to kick one or the other periodically? Or is there a good way to make sure that they stay running? If there were access to check/restart things via AppleScript or something, I'd happily write a script that checks and restarts the HAP server or something like that.
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