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Possible to create an action "package" that can be called by other packages?
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Is there a way to create a package of commands so they are easily called on.

For example, I wwant certain lights to be set a certain way by multiple events, triggers, and schedules.

So one way is to Edit a schedule and create an action setting for each light. However every time I want to do that I have to manually set those lights, light by light.

Is there a way to create an action to set lights, and then lets say by different schedules, an action would be to call that action?

Thanks
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That's what Global Actions are for. You can call Global Actions from other actions, and you can pass them parameters so that they can operate on different things depending on how they are called.
Dean Roddey
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