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MX missing features.

From build 3044 the development baton passed to Mark Crossley. Mark has been responsible for all the Builds since. He has made the code available on GitHub. It is Mark's hope that others will join in this development, but at the very least he welcomes your ideas for future developments (see Cumulus MX Development suggestions).

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stanblaz
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MX missing features.

Post by stanblaz »

G'day Folks,
New to MX here and finally got it working the way I want it to but there's a couple of features I dearly miss from Version1.
I have a weather station at a remote location (with no internet) and as such I may only get there every 2 to 4 weeks and the 'view this period' and 'select-a-graph' were invaluable.
Is there any work or plans to reintroduce these functions (either natively or via stand alone programs) in the future?

Thanks.

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Re: MX missing features.

Post by mcrossley »

Currently there are no plans to add any significant new features to MX v3, we await to see how MX v4 will turn out, it is planned that will be the platform going forward.

I upload MX data to my own web server (on the same Raspberry Pi as MX) which means I can graph what I want. Search topics on HighCharts on this forum. There are other templates that can utilise the data, or extract it from Weather Underground. As far as I know there are no utilities for directly viewing your data locally.

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