AdminKevin (Product Owner, House Alarm)

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    AdminKevin (Product Owner, House Alarm) commented  · 

    I actually had a proof of concept working for the other way round. "Auto Arm" - When leaving home the system arms automatically. There are some issues to work out like what if someone is still in the house? Automatically disarming has bigger security issues like if someone steals your phone and heads to your house ;)

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    AdminKevin (Product Owner, House Alarm) commented  · 

    OK, confirmed bug. The combination of Toggle and Pulse where Pulse is on the second I/O causes the second I/O to be hidden erroneously. A work around for the interim is to make the first I/O Pulse and the second I/O Toggle.

    Thanks for this. I’ll get it fixed.

    AdminKevin (Product Owner, House Alarm) commented  · 

    Are you sure when you set it to Pulse that its also set as an Output? Any I/O set to Input will not be visible.

    AdminKevin (Product Owner, House Alarm) commented  · 

    Good news. The App already supports both pulse and toggle on I/O 1&2. Setup your I/O ports via the Paradox web interface. There you can select toggle or pulse and change timing settings. The App will automatically pick up changes and will show a button for pulse and a switch for toggle.

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    AdminKevin (Product Owner, House Alarm) commented  · 

    I think you may have misunderstood the connection settings. What you are asking for is supported. You can configure the port for BOTH SSL and regular Http. Turning on SSL uses port 443 by default if the "Http Port" setting is left empty. If you enter a different port in the "Http Port" setting - it is used for both Http and SSL Https.

    AdminKevin (Product Owner, House Alarm) commented  · 

    Hi there. House Alarm already supports SSL and configurable port. See the "Advanced" section in "Add/Edit Alarm System" for a port setting and an option to enable SSL.

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    AdminKevin (Product Owner, House Alarm) commented  · 

    House Alarm already has email support. In the Settings screen there is "Email Support". I'll be more than happy to help you out if you email me with the details of the problem you experiencing.

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