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So, you've decided to take the Home Automation plunge - congratulations and welcome. Here you'll be able to find step-by-step directions on how to do just about anything with Indigo and other Perceptive Automation products. There are also some great general discussions of features. Feel free to use the search box in the upper right corner of the screen to search for specific topics. Otherwise, you can follow the links below to browse the How-Tos.
NOTE: These How-Tos aren't meant to replace your device manufacturer's instructions - you should always read through those - but rather to augment them when using features of Perceptive Automation products.
Indigo is Perceptive Automation's Home Automation software for the Macintosh. It comes in Pro and Lite versions. Start on the Indigo page if you're just getting started using Indigo. Once you've got a sense of the basics, check out one of the topics below.
You should also check out our User Contribution Library for scripts and applications that expand the functionality in Indigo. Also, check out the support forum for lots of information about our products. That's the easiest way to get support!
For Indigo 5 and beyond, we've started a Plugin List - this hopefully will list all plugins available for Indigo. If one isn't there for something you'd like to see, just post an idea for a plugin on the forums and we'll add it. Maybe some developer out there will think your idea is a good one and will build it. Better yet, build it yourself! The technical docs have lots of information for anyone that wants to build a plugin.
Serial Bridge allows AppleScript access to serial devices using a USB-Serial adaptor. You can then use AppleScript to bridge those serial devices with Indigo. Visit the Serial Bridge web page to learn more information.
We created this area using a wiki system to enable collaboration from our very active user community. The forums have been the repository for this information in the past, but we feel that the wiki approach will allow users to find step-by-step solutions more quickly than in the forums. If you've done something cool we'd love to have your How-To on the site.
To become a contributor, click the login link below and then click register. Then, once you've registered, please send an email to indigo DASH support AT perceptiveautomation DOT com with your username asking to become a contributor. We need to do this last step to prevent spammers from junking up the pages.