https://i.imgur.com/M7UqxqQ.jpg https://i.imgur.com/rZY2xfN.jpg So I have this automation for a long press of a button on my nightstand, with a bunch of nested statements if . What are some of your practices for resolving excessive nesting of conditional clauses? The idea behind it is quite simple. -If all the lights are already off -> triggers a good night scene, this ensures that all appliances are turned off and specifically turns off the bedroom TV and plays ambient music -If some lights are still on, you just need to turn off all the lights and other appliances (not the TV in the bedroom), so I can watch it .... before I press the button a second time. Sorry, I didn't find a single answer, so I asked for suggestions here. I'm new to Apples HomeKit and I just moved to the iPhone and the Apple ecosystem.
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