You got to be kidding. People have tens of hours of code invested in scenes, and you suggest just delete it because of a bug that prevents editing? The code is still there, and it was completely editable until recently. It exists in backups too, no reason to delete it.
I thought my code was safe within the scenes, with both automatic and manual backups. I realize it isn’t, will back it up in local files from now. But first, MCV needs to get back and fix this nasty bug.[/quote]
I was thinking the exact same thing this morning about the Apple HomePod saga - people are having a lot of problems getting them connected, and the advise is to clear your HomeKit setup and try and pair it again.
That makes sense to all the people trying this and many are having success.
But I’m sitting here thinking - so what about those invested in HomeKit, the official stance to fix the HomePod is to completely delete your entire home automation setup and start from scratch?
Officially pleased to have gone Z-Wave instead and then integrate that back into HomeKit - thus all the benefits of HomeKit but the entire setup in it is simply an import.
Slightly off topic, but just sharing your horror in having to delete a major investment because of a quirk.