This pimatic project has truly revived a latent hobby spirit. This is really amazing stuff!
I do however run into a small issue on my homeduino setup with superhet 433 receiver. I have an arduino nano connected, and yes it works quite well apart from the following:
Pimatic receives normal and long button presses from Kika switches loud and clear, also from quite a distance. But a short tap on the switch, will turn on the light too, but pimatic does not see it. It is not quick enough in detecting a relevant signal in some way. We at home have the habit of tapping the switch, when that is enough. What could I finetune to get it to see those as well?
On a sidenote, I have programmed the nano from my regular PC running Linux 64 bit. Could that make a difference?