Add 1 - 59 Second delay timer in routines
At the moment the minimum delay timer is 1 minute it would be really helpful to have 1 - 59 Second delay timer in routines too
Elvis R. Gonzalez commented
Is very needed for a lot of routines to have between 1 and 2 seconds, but if you have to wait 5 seconds is to long for some routines, for example if you have to wait 5 seconds to turn on a light depending on your smart devices, that is a unnecessary pain.
Vladimir Shevchenko commented
1-second delay is a must
yes, shorter customer delays please. In the meantime I was able to work around by adding extra steps like turning do not disturb on and off several times for the device in my bedroom.
Neil A Fawcett commented
The entries allow a minumum of 5 seconds. We need shorter times.
The last few entries should be:-
ie: So you can have delays of half a second, and then anything from 1-4 seconds.
We now have 5 second delays as the minimum. I would like 1 second delays!
I have smart plugs connected to other smart devices that need time to boot (about 15 seconds) before they are ready to receive commands. A 1 minute minimum delay works but is unnecessarily long.
its a good idea. Me too looking forward to it.
Clinton Peck commented
I have exactly the same problem as graynoone commented. I have Virgon Tivo and the Broadlink where I also need to add a 1 sec delay between some commands to be able to run the routine.
I really need this
I would like to add a 1 second delay between turning on my tv surround sound and sky box the routine very often misses turning on the sky box i think this is due to the commands being sent too fast through the broadlink rm mini.
All three commands are sent, and if i command to turn on sky box separately, it turns on every time.
The minimum ‘wait’ is currently 1 minute. It’d be great to be able to set shorter ‘wait’ times.