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Bryan Gerlach
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Touchless chat on android wear always say "No response from phone" and does not send the message. What can I do to fix this.
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It's doing the same for me. Need to figure out why. 
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AUTOWEAR: I have created a way for me to easily view my previous hangout conversations on my moto 360. In this video you will see that I can bring up a list of hangout contacts (ordered by most recent message sender) and after selecting a name, it will show the hangouts conversation with them. I also have it set up for when I say "view messages from xxxx" it will show xxxx's conversation. A few things that I need to work on are: 1) on the conversation view, show the name of the sender on each item to distinguish from "me" and the contact. 2) allow to send a message the contact by taping the conversation. Also, as you can see in the video, I used my expert video editing skills to block out personal information (contacts names, and messages). Requirements: autowear,autocontacts,root (for sqlite3 usage)...
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New version uploaded to the forum.
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I have a profile set up to activate at a certain time every day. I change this from time to time. Is it possible to get the time of day that a profile is set to trigger on into a variable?
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Hey no worries +Bryan Gerlach  glad to help.
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I am using autocast and it is working well. The only problem I am having is that I have two chromecasts. It appears as though it always uses the last chromecast that I connected to. Is there a way to choose which chromecast to use for a certain task? I would like to be able to have my bedroom chromecast show me information in the morning and wake me up with a song, and then about 10 minutes later have my living room TV display weather and traffic information while I eat breakfast.
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Ah, I never saw that. Thanks, +Paul Verscheep 
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Here is a video showing some examples for Remote CMD on Windows 8.1.  The video only shows the computer screen, but here is the tasker task that I used in the video:

1) plugin->Remote CMD, fill in ip and port, then command as: notify hello, how are you?
2) wait 5s
3) plugin->Remote CMD, command: open start chrome google.com
4) wait 5s
5) plugin->Remote CMD, command: sms %SMSRN | %SMSRF | %SMSRB
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+Luis Paredes I uploaded a mac version of my program to use with my plugin as well as some instructions to get it running. I would really appreciate you bug testing this for me and offering suggestions for features. 
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I am trying to find a better way to distribute the program on Mac. I don't use Mac very often and I'm not as familiar with it.
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Hello, I made an app/tasker plugin/pc program called Remote CMD that will allow you to control you computer from your phone.  By control, I mean run commands, open programs, send popup notifications, send files, etc.  It is in a beta stage and will likely have more features added.  A simple use case example would be to have your computer open a program whenever your phone receives a notification, or create a shortcut on your phone to open programs on your computer (you could open firefox, pidgin, openoffice, etc. all with one touch on your phone).  Please give it a try and give feedback.  It currently supports Linux 64bit and Windows (should work on all versions).  Mac OSX is coming soon (as early as later today possibly) and Linux 32bit should be supported soon as well.

http://crayoneater.org/

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.crayoneater.lineg

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I think the watchface picker should just be a wear app that you can load from the normal wear menu. That way we could choose if and where we wanted a tap action to load the picker. I would prefer to not have the tap action to open the face picker and instead just use the normal wear menu to open the face picker. 
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Also think that's the best solution
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I made a quick tutorial for how I created an alarm clock using tasker. My main goal was to be able to perform certain tasks when my alarm is dismissed. Third party alarm apps were not working well for me. I hope it is interesting to you. It probably isn't the best way to make one, but it works very well for me. It is my first tutorial, I hope it makes sense. It assumes you are not a tasker beginner. Here is the link to my tutorial: http://crayoneater.org/2015/03/creating-alarm-clock-using-tasker/
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Thanks Bryan. I've had Tasker for over 2 years and been scared to death to put in the time to learn it. All of the info is scattered and these help me dissect the work of others to learn.
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I know a bunch of people on here have a Raspberry Pi, and also a lot of you are using some kind of home automation such as the VeraLite. Has anyone tried the Razberry project that brings Z-Wave to the RPi (http://razberry.z-wave.me/)? I am thinking about getting this, but wanted to see if anyone here had any experience with it. I have not messed with the API yet since I don't have it, but I don't think tasker integration would be all that difficult.
(click on the red dots to get more info on the component). RaZberry brings ZWave to the Raspberry PI platform. ZWave is the leading wireless communication technology for smart homes. Raspberry Pi is a little and inexpensive computing platform the international developer community fell in love ...
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I've been thinking about getting one, but haven't gotten that far yet! But really interested!
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Here is a video showing some examples for Remote CMD on Windows 8.1.  The video only shows the computer screen, but here is the tasker task that I used in the video:

1) plugin->Remote CMD, fill in ip and port, then command as: notify hello, how are you?
2) wait 5s
3) plugin->Remote CMD, command: open start chrome google.com
4) wait 5s
5) plugin->Remote CMD, command: sms %SMSRN | %SMSRF | %SMSRB
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