CP290 Director 1.7
CP290 Director is Macintosh software that controls the original X10 home automation computer controlled interface, model number CP290.
It completely replaces the Macintosh software that comes with the CP290, and has unique features not found in other Macintosh-based CP290 controllers, such as MouseHouse and Xtension.
CP290 Director does not have to be running at all times to control the CP290, since it takes advantage of the CP290'S ability to store events for later execution.
In addition to the standard CP290 features, CP290 Director supports the following additional features:
- The ability to specify that an event is to occur at sunrise or sunset (plus or minus a specified time interval).
- The ability to specify a specific date on which an event is to occur, and optionally, the interval in days thereafter that the event should be repeated.
- The ability to specify that the event should occur only on even days or on odd days.
System requirements: *System 7 through 8.6; not tested with MacOS 9; *Macintosh with at least 4 MB of RAM.
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