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CumulusMX Gauges

Discussion of Mark Crossley's HTML5/Javascript gauges

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Mark, the version of the gauges released as part of the MX release is 2.5.5.

Is there an intention to upgrade this to the latest release or is this a job that should be carried out by the site owner?
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I'll take a look - I'd forgotten they were even included!

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:D :D :D :D :D That's what happens when you are busy!!
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Mark same question did this make 3064?
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CumulusMX\interface\lib\steelseries\scripts
shows gauges.js scriptVer : '2.5.5',

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Probably way down your list Mark but is this likely to make one of your updates or should we do this ourselves?
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Do it your selves for now.

Are you talking about the gauges script in the webfiles\lib\steelseries folder, of the admin interface?

The admin interface would be much lower priority.

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I was meaning the standard files for the personal website in the webfiles\lib\steelseries folder.
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Mark is this still in the "ToDo" list?
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I think it was done a while back actually! It is currently at version 2.7.3

I've just put 2.7.4 in my build folder for the next release.

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While I am at it: recently we published config.

I recently noticed that people start modifying the gauges directly because it impacts apparently the identity of the website. Never thought about it, but as my new website generator produces a website heavily based on the gauges, it might be reasonable to implement a gauge configurator. Not anywhere soon, but sometime.

But to that, I would need gaugeGlobals and commonParams to be public as well to access and modify them from the application.
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It was? But my gauges.js in interface\lib\steelseries\scripts\ says

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            scriptVer         : '2.5.5',  
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And I definitely copied the whole interface directory over in 3071.
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Ah, I was talking about the web files. The admin interface hasn't been touched, don't really see much of an urgent need tbh?

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OK leave it to you.
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