eDLT scenes

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    fred

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    I have 5 scenes on an eDLT and notice that the switch indicator and status icons of one scene are affected by the selecting of another scene. There are no common groups between the scenes and the load is not affected, just the indicator and the status icon. eg if a second scene is selected on, the first scenes status icon goes to off and the switch indicator also goes off... the lights stay on. To switch the first scene "Off" the scene must first be selected to On and then to Off.
    How do I sort this???? Many thanks in advance.
     
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    Sounds like you have selected the same trigger group for all scenes. A trigger group defines a set of related scenes, so when one scene on a trigger group is selected, the indicators of all other scenes on the same trigger group are extinguished. If the scenes are unrelated, select a different trigger group for each scene.

    And please don't double post.
     
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    Thanks Ashley
     
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    Thanks Wonkey... great info
     
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