Indigo Client/Server Design
The server can run headless (no UI) in the background on your Mac while consuming minimal CPU resources. The GUI client can be run on the same machine or on a remote machine while still providing the same level of control and configuration.
Web Based Control Pages
In addition to now having a built-in HTTP web server, Indigo now supports graphical Control Pages allowing quick and powerful creation of Web controllable home interfaces. These Control Pages update in real time as device and variable states change.
Native Sprinkler Support
Powerful new UI and actions for controlling irrigation via the EZRain, Rain8, and IrrMaster controllers.
Indigo (client and server) run native on both PPC and Intel Macs.
Indigo UI Makeover
The entire UI (all windows, dialogs, panels) has been redone for 2.0. In addition to providing a better appearance (note the brushed metal appearance is a preference in case you are antagonistic towards brushed metal), several other improvements have been added:
Live searching of Devices, Trigger Actions, Time/Date Actions, Action Groups, Control Pages, and Variables. Embedded AppleScript compiling, error reporting, and syntax coloring. Table column width adjustment via dragging. Live window resizing. Dialog window resizing. Main dialogs are no longer modal. Scroll wheel/ball support. Improved text rendering. Improved Upload Settings dialog. Improved POP3 and SMTP Clients
The POP3 and SMTP clients have been replaced. Authentication and SSL/TLS are now supported. You can even use a Google GMail account now for scanning Triggers and sending notification emails.
New Time/Date Action Options Day-of-month. Start and end date limits. Sunset/sunrise limits. Repeating intervals (year, month, week). And more! New X10 Trigger Types Trigger on "any" command. Trigger on command from "any device". Multiple Actions (without having to create Action Groups)
Trigger Actions, Time/Date Actions, and Control Page element click actions can now have multiple actions without having to create a named Action Group.
AppleScript Added AppleScript device property type to correspond to the device type class: x10 or insteon. Previous type property has been renamed to model. Added AppleScript device properties: supports all lights on and off, supports all off, supports status request. Added AppleScript application properties: current time date action name, current trigger action name, current action group name. Added AppleScript verbs: status request. Miscellaneous Added Trigger Action and Time/Date Action suppress logging option. Added Reset Interface Connections action. Use this to force Indigo to attempt a reconnect to the interfaces. Added log error message if system date/time becomes invalid. Changed log files to use UNIX friendly line endings. Increased Event Log window buffer size. Main Window progress area can now show if multiple interfaces (X10 and RF) are connected. Improved idle and busy CPU utilization. Improved infinite loop detection. Improved device sorting by type. Improved reliability of communication with CM15 interface when power is interrupted and restored to the CM15. Improved robustness when communication with interface fails (USB to serial adapter unplugged, PowerLinc USB unplugged, etc.). Improved robustness of preference changes (preference file is now periodically auto-saved). And more! COMPATIBILITY: Compatible with X10 interfaces CM11, CM15, and MR26 Compatible with Z-Wave interface Aeon Labs Z-Stick S2 Compatible with RF interfaces W800RF32 Compatible with Global Caché products GC100 (via plugin) Compatible with Proliphix thermostats (via plugin) Compatible with RFXCOM interfaces (via plugin) Compatible with DSC stations (via plugin) Hardware Domotico Supportato