@esaltat, unfortunately that's a problem I can't solve because Amazon doesn't give developers the ability to change the audible feedback for Smart Home skills.
Thanks for sharing your use case. That's pretty cool.
I'm a tech enthusiast with about 30 years experience in IT. Recently I'm also a TRIGGERcmd developer.
@Johnny-Bx, I suspect it's not finding the script because the path to it is wrong.
The dot (.) in ./script1.sh means run script.sh in the current directly. If script1.sh is in your home directory, you could replace the dot with a ~. The tilde (~) is a reference to your home directory.
Alternatively, you could specify the full path, like /scripts/script1.sh in that TRIGGERcmd Command field.
I hope that helps. Let me know please.
@esaltat, if you use one of the original skills called "TRIGGERcmd" or "TRIGGER command" you can use the Voice Reply field to have Alexa say whatever you want. This post shows the GUI editor's voice reply field:
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@Wholepunch, thank you! I still haven't tried a 433mhz project and I want to.