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Revert changes that broke UI #18495

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dapowers87 commented Nov 15, 2018


Commit 1cbb5b8, "State is set to UNKNOWN rather than ON in order to make UI have an pl...", made a change that caused the UI to show the device as "Unknown" when it was turned on in order. There was never a scenario where the TV would be in STATE_ON. I reverted the changes made.

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@@ -104,7 +105,7 @@ def __init__(self, host, port, name, timeout, mac, uuid):
self._muted = False
# Assume that the TV is in Play mode
self._playing = True
self._state = None
self._state = STATE_UNKNOWN

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balloob Nov 19, 2018


Keep this as None, we should never use STATE_UNKNOWN as that will be dealt with automatically in the entity helper class.


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balloob commented Nov 19, 2018

Yeah that's weird, if a TV is on, it shouldn't be unknown 🤔

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@balloob balloob merged commit d88040e into home-assistant:dev Nov 20, 2018

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mxworm added a commit to mxworm/home-assistant that referenced this pull request Nov 20, 2018

Merge branch 'dev' of
…into dev

* 'dev' of
  Improve available for Mill heater (home-assistant#18597)
  Z-Wave Lock Config Entry Support (home-assistant#18209)
  Add support for Daikin BRP069B41 (home-assistant#18564) config check (home-assistant#18576)
  Revert changes that broke UI (home-assistant#18495)
  Add websocket calls to shopping-list (home-assistant#18392)
  Bump Python-Nest to 4.0.5 (home-assistant#18580)
  Adds light switch platform (home-assistant#18562)
  Added unique id to all Wink devices. (home-assistant#18589)

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0.83 #18776

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