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OK google to control openplotter
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This works!  Wasn't that hard to set up, documentation seems pretty good. So first I set up a device with on/off and brightness (volume ins't an option). The installed google home on an android tablet and added kappelt gbridge. Then some node red and I can turn on/off or control the volume of my hifiberry amp on the pi. Actually quite useful  Cool

The device, of course, is called Hal Smile
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(09-04-2019, 06:16 AM)PaddyB Wrote: This works!  Wasn't that hard to set up, documentation seems pretty good. So first I set up a device with on/off and brightness (volume ins't an option). The installed google home on an android tablet and added kappelt gbridge. Then some node red and I can turn on/off or control the volume of my hifiberry amp on the pi. Actually quite useful  Cool

The device, of course, is called Hal Smile

Paddy - can you provide some more info? Can you use this to send mqtt commands through OP? I am thinking for my Shelly Light control. :-D Do you still need Internet connection? Or can you run GA offline?
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