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    Today, 09:20 AM
    gordonb3 replied to a thread Alexa and Evohome in Heating Control
    Seems to me you could create a delay by setting a temporary override with the same setpoint as the current active schedule. Advancing would be a tad...
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    Yesterday, 08:32 PM
    gordonb3 replied to a thread Alexa and Evohome in Heating Control
    Not completely following that. The way I read it is that you want to be able to either delay or advance what I suppose to be a subset of the active...
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    Yesterday, 10:06 AM
    gordonb3 replied to a thread Alexa and Evohome in Heating Control
    In theory, yes. The so-called JSON API in Domoticz is in fact not JSON at all, it just returns JSON in response to a string of URI GET parameters....
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    24th September 2020, 11:42 PM
    gordonb3 replied to a thread Alexa and Evohome in Heating Control
    Same applies to the integrated Web API method. The code to manipulate schedules is all in there but there is no user interface that targets it and...
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    22nd September 2020, 09:02 AM
    gordonb3 replied to a thread Alexa and Evohome in Heating Control
    See? Good ideas rarely pop up in just one mind. Shame about Amazon focussing on those 2 languages. In my experience the only interpreted language...
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    21st September 2020, 08:00 PM
    gordonb3 replied to a thread Alexa and Evohome in Heating Control
    That was kind of why I wrote dzEvo. Originally I had something offering the same functions directly targetting TCC but as they introduced the login...
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    21st September 2020, 05:59 PM
    gordonb3 replied to a thread Alexa and Evohome in Heating Control
    I get that. That wasn't the point though. On topic is Phil's Alexa bridge and the suggestion to use Domoticz as an intermediate to communicate with...
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    21st September 2020, 11:34 AM
    gordonb3 replied to a thread Alexa and Evohome in Heating Control
    Well, the thing here of course is that Honeywell *did* strip the session renewal right from that API key and so I do think you should keep in mind...
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    20th September 2020, 07:30 PM
    gordonb3 replied to a thread Alexa and Evohome in Heating Control
    Neither, it's all in Joe Zwack's submit to the watchforstock evohomeclient project on GitHub. As Joe pointed out at the time they were not too happy...
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    20th September 2020, 07:14 PM
    gordonb3 replied to a thread Alexa and Evohome in Heating Control
    Yes, I'm sure. Session renewal right was stripped last December and I submitted a fix for that issue when the errors started popping up. Three months...
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    20th September 2020, 12:27 PM
    gordonb3 replied to a thread Alexa and Evohome in Heating Control
    Yep. Currently broken is the higher temperature resolution which is due to Honeywell having changed some of the responses on v1 API and at the...
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    19th September 2020, 08:57 PM
    gordonb3 replied to a thread Alexa and Evohome in Heating Control
    Just a note, the Web API method in Domoticz is near to being broken and as I've given up supporting the Domoticz port of my (old version) library...
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