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In OneRemote, you can set up a tree structure of items as buttons in much the same way that you might set up a tree structure of folders on a computer.  You can name them and arrange them as you like.  You can add photos to the buttons.
 
In OneRemote, you can set up a tree structure of items as buttons in much the same way that you might set up a tree structure of folders on a computer.  You can name them and arrange them as you like.  You can add photos to the buttons.
  
There are several types of items:
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Sample URL's:
 
Sample URL's:
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On  http://localhost:52110/alpha000/basic_set?node=2,value=100  (turns on node 2)
 
On  http://localhost:52110/alpha000/basic_set?node=2,value=100  (turns on node 2)
  

Revision as of 09:05, 25 May 2016

OneRemote is a customizable menu app for Android. Its purpose is to provide uniform setup and control of many types of devices.

In OneRemote, you can set up a tree structure of items as buttons in much the same way that you might set up a tree structure of folders on a computer. You can name them and arrange them as you like. You can add photos to the buttons.

Item Types

Categories

These are containers for other items.

Each Category can contain one or more of:

Sub-Categories These are second level and beyond. They are just containers for adding other types of items, including categories. Others include:

Devices

Reserved for future

Links

Used to open web pages or any valid URL.

Lights

Lights are currently implemented as Links but will be moved to a new item called Switches. They can be used with the JRiver Engen server to control Z-Wave devices like switches and outlets. To emulate a switch, this link allows two URL's (for on and off)

Sample URL's:

On http://localhost:52110/alpha000/basic_set?node=2,value=100 (turns on node 2)

Off http://localhost:52110/alpha000/basic_set?node=2,value=0 (turns off node 2)

Use the web page option to list your nodes. The terminal window has a help() feature.

Instructions

Add an Item

Click the Settings icon in the lower right corner.

Press the + button

Select the type of item (Category, Device, Link).

Select the location where you want it to be in the menu. Root is the home page.

Name it.

Optionally add a photo to help identify it.

Press the check mark in the upper right corner to finish.

Edit an Item

Click on the pencil icon in the lower right corner of the button to enter the edit mode.

See the Add section above for options.

Delete an Item

In the Edit mode press the X and confirm the deletion.


Notes

The lights need two links Enter one, then on the next line, enter the second. Data is not used at this time.