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Set flux default stop time to dusk #12062

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commented Jan 30, 2018


Flux defaults to 22:00 as its stop time, but generally light temperature transitions happen from sunrise to sunset and from sunset to dusk.

This sets the default stop_time to dusk, but still allows for a custom configured stop_time.

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Set flux default stop time to dusk
This is more in line with how one would expect light temperature
transitions to take place, but still allows for a user defined

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commented Jan 30, 2018

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Looks good to me 🐦

@fabaff fabaff merged commit 6ae3fa4 into home-assistant:dev Jan 31, 2018

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@balloob balloob referenced this pull request Feb 9, 2018


0.63 #12267

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