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<table width="100%"> <tr><td bgcolor="#FFCFCF">This page was written by Pluto and imported with their permission when LinuxMCE branched off in February, 2007.  In general any information should apply to LinuxMCE.  However, this page should be edited to reflect changes to LinuxMCE and remove old references to Pluto.</td></tr> </table><p>These pages create your scenarios.  Each scenario is a group of commands, or tasks, that appears on the Orbiter as a button.  The wizard allows you to quickly create scenarios to do the most common tasks.  For example, the lighting scenario wizard shows you all the lights in your home and lets you easily chose settings for each one.  Note that a scenario can do anything you want.  If you want to do something more advanced, click on 'Advanced/Scenarios'.  Then you can add any sort of actions to your scenarios.  For example, you may using the wizard to create a lighting scenario called 'Bedtime' that turns off all the lights in the house.  You could then go to the Advanced/Scenarios editor and specify that you also want the scenario to set the alarm, and change all the user status's to sleeping.</p>
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<p>These pages create your scenarios.  Each scenario is a group of commands, or tasks, that appears on the Orbiter as a button.  The wizard allows you to quickly create scenarios to do the most common tasks.  For example, the lighting scenario wizard shows you all the lights in your home and lets you easily chose settings for each one.  Note that a scenario can do anything you want.  If you want to do something more advanced, click on 'Advanced/Scenarios'.  Then you can add any sort of actions to your scenarios.  For example, you may using the wizard to create a lighting scenario called 'Bedtime' that turns off all the lights in the house.  You could then go to the Advanced/Scenarios editor and specify that you also want the scenario to set the alarm, and change all the user status's to sleeping.</p>

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These pages create your scenarios. Each scenario is a group of commands, or tasks, that appears on the Orbiter as a button. The wizard allows you to quickly create scenarios to do the most common tasks. For example, the lighting scenario wizard shows you all the lights in your home and lets you easily chose settings for each one. Note that a scenario can do anything you want. If you want to do something more advanced, click on 'Advanced/Scenarios'. Then you can add any sort of actions to your scenarios. For example, you may using the wizard to create a lighting scenario called 'Bedtime' that turns off all the lights in the house. You could then go to the Advanced/Scenarios editor and specify that you also want the scenario to set the alarm, and change all the user status's to sleeping.