Hi. Please after trying to add a button, go to the app's Settings -> Help & Feedback -> Send BT-log so we can take a look at it.
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RE: HTTP 'apply default settings' and 'Flic ID' variable?
Hi. We are both working on a "copy config" feature, as well as including the button's serial number in a HTTP header, so stay tuned.
RE: Click on a specific area of a screen
Perhaps you can elaborate on what you mean by "clicking on a specific area"?
If you have a Mac computer, with Keyboard Maestro you could create a shortcut that moves the mouse to a coordinate and then clicks. Then you can assign this "macro" to a button in the Flic app.
This is the closest to what I think you need!
RE: button assign keystroke
Hi, If you use Mac, You can download our Mac app: https://flic.io/mac-app
The Flic button itself cannot send keyboard commands to the Mac, it only sends Flic click events directly to the Flic app. However, with the Flic app, you can integrate with other apps (such as Keyboard Maestro) that should be able to do this for you. Either that or, if you are a programmer, you can write your own custom scripts that achieve this.
RE: New Lifx LAN API Not Finding all lamps
Hi. We have simply followed the API instructions at https://lan.developer.lifx.com/ and implemented it accordingly. When we tested it, we only tested it in our office so we haven't done any major "field test" so to say. If your Router gets discovered then it obviously responds to the UDP scan packets we send out. Maybe the Router for some reason rewrites the source IP address of the real LIFX to its own IP address? I can't understand why this would happen. Maybe some Wireshark log could help if you could capture the network traffic.
You could also test if Lifx's own mobile app finds the devices on the local network and test if it works correctly. It can be a bit hard to distinguish the Cloud lights and the LAN lights, but the LAN lights are shown under the header "[Wifi SSD] Lights".
We noticed a few times that lights just stopped working (seems the light's network stack hanged or similar) on the LAN but continued working using the Cloud. At this point neither our integration nor Lifx's own app worked. A reboot of the light made it work again.
RE: Hub & Button Latency
Hi. Is it latency between the button and the hub or the hub and the WeMo? You should be able to see that by looking at the LED of the hub since it blinks when you press the Flic button.
Also do you use Ethernet or WiFi? If you use WiFi then maybe that's the problem and you should try Ethernet.