Hi, any chance you could add a by-pass/test for deferring the switch-off event rather than just by-passing the main execution? My use case is having the light persistently switch on while I’m working from home. I have a magic button I click to set a WFH toggle sensor to ‘on’ with a 6 hr delay before it sets the WFH toggle back to off. It also does some other things to do with heating in the room.
In some scenarios I will manually turn off the light out of habit when I go down for lunch, but using your blueprint, the toggle sensor will by-pass/block the reactivation of the light in all scenarios including when the motion sensor detects me coming back into the room within the 6 hrs. I don’t want to reset the 6 hrs on that event, just trigger the light turning back on and blocking/deferring it turning off (even if I’m sitting really still).
There’s probably already a way to do this, but it would be neat if embedded within your blueprint.
A reliable occupancy sensor would do the trick also!