I found a solution to this problem, but I wanted to see if this was the only way to do it. I have 3 Hue bulbs in our living room, as well as a gradient tape attached to the back of the TV. When I give the “Turn off the lights” command to the HomePod, it turns off the 3-tone bulbs (which I want). When I order “Lights 50%”, I decrease the 3 bulbs to 50%, but I also decrease the gradient light band by 50%. Is there a way around this? I fixed this by moving the gradient light strip to another room, but I wasn’t sure if I was missing something. I have the 3 Hue bulbs grouped, if that makes a difference. Does anyone have experience in this regard?
Question about Hue Lights, Light Strip and HomePod
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