IndigoWidget
IndigoWidget
1.2.0

4.7

IndigoWidget free download for Mac

IndigoWidget1.2.0

17 October 2007

A widget companion to Indigo, the home automation app.

Overview

IndigoWidget is a Mac OS X Dashboard Widget that controls Perceptive Automation's Indigo home automation software. It provides users with a quick and convenient means to control their devices and see the state of their house. IndigoWidget will display all the devices, action groups, and variables you have configured in your Indigo software. No more need to dig for the Indigo window. Just a quick press of F12 or click on the Dashboard Icon, and you can quickly be controlling your house.

What's new in IndigoWidget

Version 1.2.0: Release notes were unavailable when this listing was updated.

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4 Reviews of IndigoWidget

4.25
Anonymous
11 October 2005
Version: 1.0

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Works as advertised. However what is not mentioned is that it automatically launches Indigo and requires it to be a running application when the widget is loaded or used. It would be a lot better if it did not require Indigo to launch and be running - i.e. do its work directly via the drivers. Note to Indigo users: by editing your devices and selecting or deselecting the remote operation checkbox at the bottom of the window, you can select which modules are listed in the widget. Please not that this affects all other remote apps as well.
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4.75
Anonymous
16 November 2005
Version: 1.1
very cool thanks!
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Anonymous
15 October 2005
Version: 1.0
This is a really good and useful widget. I think it is a better interface that Indigo itself. Could do with allowing the window to smaller (why do all widget developers design screens that are so huge?) and the button to turn the device on or off is miniscule.
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Kballard
12 October 2005
Version: 1.0
This sounds like a really useful widget, except it requires Indigo to exist on the local computer. I want to see a widget that lets me give it the hostname of another computer on my LAN and access Indigo across the LAN. Basically, I want to be able to control my room lights from my laptop with Indigo running on the server in my basement.
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4.25
Anonymous
11 October 2005
Version: 1.0
Works as advertised. However what is not mentioned is that it automatically launches Indigo and requires it to be a running application when the widget is loaded or used. It would be a lot better if it did not require Indigo to launch and be running - i.e. do its work directly via the drivers. Note to Indigo users: by editing your devices and selecting or deselecting the remote operation checkbox at the bottom of the window, you can select which modules are listed in the widget. Please not that this affects all other remote apps as well.
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