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If you manually flip switch1 on it should show in the admin console as On and execute the Then statement. Right click on the program, select Copy to Clipboard and post please

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I don't see anything wrong with your original program.  "control" or "status" have different triggering events, so this could matter, depending on your desired outcome.

I don't believe that this is a program problem, or a software problem, though I notice your UI version is different than your firmware version.  This should be corrected immediately.  Strange things happen when these don't match.

Once you have firmware and UI on the same versions, let us know if you continue to have problems.  There are some things to check to help troubleshoot.

 

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Thanks for the help so far everyone

I will try to update the isy this morning

 

The reason I want to make a program is I like to touch one button and 3 switches need to turn of 4 stitches need to go to 20% (if they are on) and 1 switch needs to turn on to 100%.

And once the scene is over I would like everything to go to its original position  if it's possible.

 

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38 minutes ago, Andi-Ina said:

Thanks for the help so far everyone

I will try to update the isy this morning

 

The reason I want to make a program is I like to touch one button and 3 switches need to turn of 4 stitches need to go to 20% (if they are on) and 1 switch needs to turn on to 100%.

And once the scene is over I would like everything to go to its original position  if it's possible.

 

Scenes can do all that, setting can vary for each device, but they will also control the off and dimming for the other switches also.

Unless I need the response speed or the easy control of a huge quantity of devices, I avoid use of scenes.

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35 minutes ago, Andi-Ina said:

How would I do that?

I would not know how to do the "if"" lights are on" situation

A scene will always take the lights to where it's supposed to go regardless of their current setting. For example. I don't want my chandeliers on with my recessed lights. Turning either on will always turn the other off regardless of how bright or dim they are. For the 1 in a million chance I want all on a double tap on either will bring both on. 

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test - [ID 0003][Parent 0004]

If
        'Light 1' is switched On
 
Then
        Set 'Light 2' On 20%
 
Else
   - No Actions - (To add one, press 'Action')

 

this is how i did it and nothing happens do i do something wrong? once i get a simple program to work i can figure out the lite more complex one but

i got 2 isy and both do the same to me so obviously i'm doing something wrong here
 

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The reason I want to make a program is I like to touch one button and 3 switches need to turn of 4 stitches need to go to 20% (if they are on if they are off leave them off) and 1 switch needs to turn on to 100%.

Someone mentioned to do that in a scene but I don't think it's possible

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24 minutes ago, Andi-Ina said:

The reason I want to make a program is I like to touch one button and 3 switches need to turn of 4 stitches need to go to 20% (if they are on if they are off leave them off) and 1 switch needs to turn on to 100%.

Someone mentioned to do that in a scene but I don't think it's possible

That is possible. Simply add them all to a scene with what you want them to do. 

For example my family room has multiple scenes that girl each light in there. I have chandeliers, lamps, recessed lights, lights behind the TV, and soffet lights. My relax scene will turn certain lights at a dim level and others off, the movie scene will turn certain lights off at a specific ramp rate while turning on my lights behind the TV. Hitting my goodnight button immediately turns off certain.lights while turning others on so you can see (a program shuts it down after a few minutes). This happens with all lights regardless of status. 

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