Although iOS 15.1 gives us the ability to use humidity sensors as automation in the native application, I find it very uncertain. I set up a test automation that, when my Qingping increases above 55% RH, the light comes on. This doesn't seem to happen once the humidity sensor goes from 55 to 56. I tried the same automation in the Eve app, but very strange when I see this automation in the native app, it seems to have the wrong settings. . Any "rise above" automation that I set up in Eve looks like "rise below" in the native application. Has anyone noticed this before? I'm thinking of returning Qingping, but I have to admit that I like the display, but it's frustrating that automation just won't work. Maybe I'm missing something without the humidity or temperature of the automations, but it's the only automation I seem to have problems with. I appreciate any advice
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