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Enhancement Requests

Post by Ken22 » Fri 15 Jan 2016 5:19 pm

Hi Steve,

In another thread you indicated that submitted enhancement requests would get filed away and looked at sometime in the future.

I plan on starting work with MX in April when I will have the proper amount of time to dedicate to the project. Since I don't have MX now, I don't know if any of these have already been done, but it seems unlikely.

1. When humidity calibration multiplier is used, round the result rather than truncating it like Cumulus 1 does.

2. Ability to calibrate temp and humidity on Extra Sensors.

3. Ability to graph data from extra sensors.

4. Ability to add solar radiation data to SRSunshine.dat or by some other means.

I know that you don't have tome to deal with these things for quite some time, I just wanted to get them on file for the long term.

Thanks,

Ken
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Re: Enhancement Requests

Post by steve » Fri 15 Jan 2016 5:48 pm

Ken22 wrote:In another thread you indicated that submitted enhancement requests would get filed away and looked at sometime in the future.
Yes, they need to go in the enhancement request section - links are at the top of the forum. As you correctly assume, I don't know when I'll get around to doing any of them - some of them have been there for a very long time.
1. When humidity calibration multiplier is used, round the result rather than truncating it like Cumulus 1 does.
I've already done that one, in the next build. It just seemed to make sense, and was trivial to change.
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Re: Enhancement Requests

Post by Ken22 » Fri 15 Jan 2016 6:57 pm

steve wrote:Yes, they need to go in the enhancement request section - links are at the top of the forum.
Sorry I missed the "enhancement section" at the top. I'll move my requests there.

Thanks,

Ken
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