Have you used a 3rd party GUI interface?

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    poldim, Feb 24, 2013
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    I'm not sure exactly what you are after, but some of those products you have listed are only 1 way. I.e. they send only and have no way of keeping the displayed objects in sync, either on startup or if the state is changed somewhere else.

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    Charmed Quarks CQC is two way (driver by rhamer) and talks to a large number of devices including the iTachs.

    Mick
     
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    I have integrated CBus nicely with Control4 which is mainly for A/V; drivers are available also for Global Cache
     
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    Its also fairly common for people to integrate with AMX and Crestron.

    You need a few $ to spend, though, and may have to hunt around for suitable drivers. Or grow your own, which is supposed to be straightforward if you know how.
     
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    I have seen it on numerous occasion (and have installed it many times) with RTI using the MyDevice (www.mydevice.com.au) driver for the RTI XP8 proccesor.

    Better yet they made their C-Bus Driver Freeware.
     
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