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is anyone useing X10 or home automation MCE plugins ?

Discussion in 'Microsoft Windows' started by newstuart, May 15, 2005.

  1. newstuart

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    Im toying with the idea of buying Homeseer MCE plugin,

    http://www.homeseer.com/products/software/pi-mce.htm

    But wanted to see what expirences other people had as there doenst seem to be a trial download of it.

    Does anyone use any home automation plugins for MCE ? if so could they possibly share there expiriences
     
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    Just want to mention that we have an update to this plugin that looks way nicer then the current. Check the HomeSeer updater for the Beta Media Center plug-in.

    -Rich
    www.homeseer.com
     
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    Hi

    I've been happily using Harmony X10 software by iDomus http://www.idomus.co.uk/downloads.asp

    If you follow the link theres a 30 day trial for Harmony and also the MCE plugin.

    As posted above Homeseer is quite good. Try them both and see what you like best ... they are both free for a month. :)
     
  4. Webworm

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    Take a wander over to the UK's automated home site

    http://www.automatedhome.co.uk

    There's also the uk ah discussion list on yahoo, ukha_d, details on the ah site above.

    Lots of people with lots of great ideas, and helpful advice.

    Cheers

    Stuart
     

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