I think I see the problem here with supporting X10 dimming commands.

To put a dim in for the old X10 devices, you need to put delays in between
dim commands. And for different X10 device "set-to-level" commands, may vary
between manufacturers. So there needs to be a bit of work to support all these?

So what do you X10/Insteon folks do out there for controlling both types
of devices?

I assume you utilize both the X10 (i.e. cm-11a) and the Insteon (i.e. 2413-S)
controllers and assign the devices in the items.mht file accordingly?


From: n1gp@hotmail.com
To: misterhouse-users@lists.sourceforge.net
Date: Sat, 25 May 2013 18:37:27 -0400
Subject: Re: [mh] Clues on how to dim an X10 light using Insteon Controller

Ah-ha! A realization.

The X10 dim commands to an old X10 device are sent individually
until it arrives at a desired dim level.

I'll try to proceed to figure this out...


From: n1gp@hotmail.com
To: misterhouse-users@lists.sourceforge.net
Date: Sat, 25 May 2013 17:38:59 -0400
Subject: [mh] Clues on how to dim an X10 light using Insteon Controller

I'm trying to be able to dim some X10 light controllers
from an Insteon 2413S controller.

I'm working with the latest GIT and am only able to turn on
or off, any dimming commands are ignored.

I have the Insteon command doc, and have been looking through
the  mh/lib/Insteon code, but could really use some clues as to
where to implement changes.

Appreciate any info!


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