How to customize a.System interface look-and-feel
Mobile Interface user can do some simple settings. Please note that there is no access to HouseManager through Mobile Interface.
Fig.2 List of intraHouse system user settings. Mobile Interface
With these settings you will be able to:
Let us have a closer look at each setting:
We strongly recommend you to use this button for safe logout from intraHouse session, especially if you're using a shared computer. This function will keep the system from unauthorized access.
To personalize the interface look, you can select a theme from the database, according to your taste.
This setting is available from both Primary and Mobile User Interface:
Note: To add new themes or change the existing ones (change background, font, transparency, etc.), go to HouseManager / Themes.
You can activate / deactivate system sound alerts for your smart phone, laptop, tablet, etc. For more details about Sound alerts see Attachments.
Show several cameras on one screen
Show device ID
In list view, device IDs are displayed as the first word of the name, as shown in Fig.6.
Note: Displaying device IDs is more reasonable and informative for installers when they're setting up and expanding the system. Users should better deactivate this function, especially when operating the system from a smart phone or other devices with a small screen.
Show plan scale buttons
Plan scale buttons are useful for viewing big layouts of buildings with high level of detail and multiple devices. Those buttons are on the right side of the plan (Fig.7, Index 1). After zooming in the layout, you can move it with simple drag and drop.
Show plan rotation buttons
You can rotate the house plan for your convenience (Fig.7. Index 2).
Show plan menu
Menu buttons on the house graphical plan allow switching between different levels of Smart Home system. You can hide or show those buttons using this setting (Fig.7. Index 3).
Display multiple subsystems at the same time
With this function activated, you will be able to have several selected subsystems displayed simultaneously on the graphical plan in "Systems" menu item (Fig.8).
In this example, the devices of Lighting, Security and Water subsystems are displayed together.
If you use a Windows-based smart terminal or other device without a physical keyboard, you will find it useful to have a virtual keyboard that supports several character sets to fill in text fields (to enter passwords or rename devices, etc.). Activation of virtual keyboard is available in user settings.
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