So I am busy updating everything ready to play with node red :-)
Could someone remind me when we need to fix responses, I recall it is when we call them externally via the RS 485 bridge I think, I also have half a memory that we need to fix them for when we call them from the Universal ECM (Rako) in my case - that is unless we remember to write to the EEPROM every time we change a response - is that correct?
Also is it correct that we can only call responses that have a number below 255 externally?
If that is true is there a way of forcing some responses to be prioritised and get a lower number?
Yes fixing responses is needed when you Do Responses from an external UCMIf you remember to write to Comfort and Write to EEPROM for the UCms then you do not need to fix responsesWhen you fix responses you can enter the response numberThe new UCMs do not reference Responses, they make use of Flags, Counters and sensors to interface to external systems