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[Request] Notifications #139

MediaMerge opened this Issue Mar 11, 2019 · 1 comment


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MediaMerge commented Mar 11, 2019

Part 2 of creating something that would work as a simple end user tool... I noticed there's some functionality to parse responses (incoming data) from an address. In my world it's pretty common if you tell something to "power on" then it will possibly send a response once on (or off) to let you know the state. Or you can send a command to ask the status. So what would be super cool is you could look for an anticipated response on a connection (or from an address if UDP) and based on receiving the response give a pop up notification ie. "System Power On" or whatever.

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dannagle commented Mar 11, 2019

These are "smart responses". It has a lot of potential if I can find the time to improve it. This feature has not been touched in a while because next time I do, I want to "get it right".

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