Control mechanism for operable blinds in Climate Studio for Rhino

while testing a case study to showcase climate-based daylight analysis for didactic purposes, internal operable blinds - which were set up to be activated based on the LEED v4 2% rule - seem to behave erratically, with only few of them responding to high levels of ASE (I am aware that ASE1000/250 and the 2% rule are slightly different, but very high values of ASE should be a proxy for excessive direct sunlight glare).
Why do blinds operate for certain rooms and not for others that appear to be equally exposed? Can you help with this @timkado?