[Solved] How to trigger on Onkyo power standby?

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Thu Jun 04, 2015 6:25 pm
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[Solved] How to trigger on Onkyo power standby?

Hi,

I have and Onkyo TX-NR626 and your plugin version 1.5.15.

I can trigger an action on the Onkyo powering on but not powering off. I think that this is because the "isPoweredOn" state is limited to a toggle of On/Off in the plugin but my receiver reports "standby" when it is powered off. Is this something I need to adjust in the receiver or is it an issue with the plugin?

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Sean
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Sean

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Re: How to trigger on Onkyo power standby?

Is this something I need to adjust in the receiver or is it an issue with the plugin?

Neither... the plugin is simply checking the on/off state in that particular field. I actually have a version here, not yet released, that has a "powerState" state that can be On, Standby, Off. However, that plugin has what I think is a Python 2.6 (parameters changed on a function) issue that I need to fix up before releasing. Once I do, you should be able to trigger off that state's text instead of the boolean isPoweredOn.

Originally I thought isPoweredOn meant basically "on" or not (so not being standby/off) but that turned out to not be the case. I didn't know how people were using that so I didn't want to change the behavior and decided to add the new state instead.

Adam

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Re: How to trigger on Onkyo power standby?

Solved by version 1.6.15!
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Sean

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