Thanks for your contribution !
Definitively, I need to invest time learning CSS & HTML programing...
Thanks for the tip !
Following your last post, I was wondering how my test user would be doing today, and guess what.... same here ! Not having done anything, not even restarted the server, all is now working as it should, and data/status are updating properly without refreshing the page....
No explanation neither; will just try again in a near futur to see if it still working or not anymore... Will see what kind of further test I could do to try to narrow down the reason behind.
All the best,
I dig deeper as per your explanantion. I've created exactly the same condition, with a test user and test theme. The behaviour is the following:
Once logged, I can see the theme and status. While interacting from the web page, all seems to be reactive, and the bOS visu is updating too immediately.
Now, playing from the visu, nothing change on the web page unless refreshing it.... Therefore I confirm the above, the data are not updating by themselves when using a secondary theme (all good with the primary one). Bug or wanted behaviour ?
I've just tested it on my side. No issue to report, every button and feedback values are correct and updating live. Running on a Grinder, with last Beta version.
However, interestingly, if I put the right user and pass data I get a blank screen. Leaving the user and pass with xxx, I get the login screen, and once logging in all is good... Maybe something to test on your side to see if there is any difference (if possible).
As usual, just perfectly well done and documented !
Happy Easter and stay safe,
Yes ! You need however to have a driver in between such as a relays controllable via Z-Wave, KNX or other ie.
Try by doing "if" "general/day"=x and "if" "general/month"=y, do ..... As trigger, I guess you have to put both "general/day" and "general/month", both to allowed to retrigger.
Can you provide a bit more info about what you try to achieve for the 1st item ?
For the second one, you need to write a program to be retriggered every time the given value is changing and above X (in your trigger) and "if" below Y, do ..... (in your program). Alternatively, you can do "if" above X and "if" below Y, do.... (in your program) and simply task the program to be retriggered every time the given value is changing.
Hope this helps,
Nice pick Ricardo !
It looks nice, let's see what will come with it... Hope it will come soon :-)
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