I have a ledstripe connected to a shelly rgbw2 . Is there a way that i can turn the ledstripe on and off with a click on my flic button ? maybe a solution with ifttt?
Thank you very much :).
From the Flic Twist promo text:
"Unlock the full potential of your smart home devices, from lights to music and blinds, with Flic Twist versatile functionality."
How can it be versatile, when there areno options to control it or make customizations for it in the Hub SDK it supports only 4 different providers total (at the moment) for the twist functionality Only 1 way to use it as a volume control(ler): Buying a (relatively) - new Sonos system (hub + speaker(s)) 💸. no developer documentation specifically for the Twist anywhere AND the button can only be connected to a hub, which makes it a real nightmare to reverse engineer if you REALLY wanted to do something specific with it, not related to LIFX, Sonos, IKEA or Philips Hue. So even if I was capable of it, I wouldn't even be able to hack more versatility into the thing….without using A LOT of time and effort.
The main functionality for other media players/music systems etc. (Spotify Connect, Bose, OSC, Chromecast/Android TV, VLC ++) is already there (!)
Anyway... I don't have a Sonos system (and I can't afford a new one), so at the moment my Flic Twist already has a fine layer of dust on it, and unfortunately it's a major disappointment. It has so much wasted potential though. 😕
Hello. Does anyone have the same issue with me?
I have a Hub with three buttons.
I have been using the buttons alright for over a year now to invoke Alexa routines.
The issue suddenly began happening yesterday.
The buttons started not invoking the Alexa routines. So I power-cycled the Hub. It started working again, but after a minute or so, the buttons stopped working again.
I tried to remove all Alexa routines, remove the button “push” devices from Alexa, unlink the Flic app from Alexa, and start from beginning. Again, the buttons work for about a minute and then stop working.
I see from the Flic app, when I connect to the Hub, as I push the buttons, the button images shown in the Flic app react. It probably means the Hub receives the events from the buttons.
When I look at the activities on the Alexa-side, while the buttons do not work, no activities are recorded. It probably means, while the push events from the buttons reach the Hub, they do not reach Alexa.
What is strange is, every time I power-cycle the Hub, meaning I pull the power cable and connect it again to the Hub, the buttons do work but for just about a minute or so.
I even updated the Hub’s firmware to 4.2.5 during my troubleshooting. That did not fix the issue.
What could be the issue and solution?
Thanks in advance.
We have released a script to make it possible to send OSC messages from the Flic Hub SDK.
The script can be found here: https://github.com/50ButtonsEach/flic-hub-sdk-osc-js
OSC is a communication protocol made for live performances and is often used to communicate with the popular application https://qlab.app .
With this script you can easily trigger workflows in QLab (or other OSC enabled applications) with a push of a button.
Hope you find this useful!
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