Thanks for your reply. That isn't quite what I'm talking about; maybe I wasn't clear.
I'll quote the behavior I'm talking about directly from the sheet that comes with the light:
----------------Press and hold when unit is on
Each time dimmer is turned off delayed fade to OFF can be activated. As the tap button is held, the LEDs will begin to flash. The first flashing LED represents a 10 second fade to OFF. Each additional flashing LED represents an additional 10 seconds of delay before lights fade to OFF (up to 60 seconds of delay).
So, to rephrase the above, if you hold the tap button on the switch (or the down button on the remote) for approximately 7 seconds, I'll get to the second LED position described above, and get a 20 second long fade to off.
I would like to be able to program this sequence into something I can add as a button action as a macro ("Fade to black in 60 seconds"). I can think of a bunch of ways to try and program the Harmony using sequences or macros or raw codes, etc., and I've started fooling around with them. I was just hoping someone had been here before me.
Oh, and I should mention, in case it helps someone else, there IS a potential answer if I choose to reprogram the switch itself. This technique is not great for me because the room with my switch is multi-purpose, and a default 60 second dim fade is going to have absolutely zero WAF, and probably would annoy me most of the time. Still, it might work for someone out there. Check out Lutron Application Note #124 if this interests you:http://www.lutron.com/applicationnotes/048-123b.pdf
I hope I've been clearer this time, let me know if I haven't.