I now realise that this “http command” did not set my selected group (1) to TRUE but instead launch the actions connected to that condition group 1.
And of course because of this my other groups that shall react when group 1 became true does not react and perform their different actions.
My goal here is to make a “good night scene” that i can manually trigger by at http command when I go to sleep.
First a lots of lights etc should go off, then a Sonos shall play some music and set a sleep timer, but with different music depending on what weekday it is.
Easy in my mind
First in root group i set no conditions, and as Action kill all lights. (trigger manually)
Then I make one sub-group for each weekday, and set the different sonos for Action for each of the sub groups.
So here I forgot (what I actually knew )that each group are independent and and it didn’t require both root group and a sub group to be true.
So, next step was a new sub-group to use instead of root, move all light killing Action here (Thank You for “copy from” function) and then added Group State as an extra condition in each weekday group.
I guess this would have worked if I could manually trip a Condition group instead of Action group?