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Things in Cumulus 1 missing from Cumulus MX

Topics about the Beta trials up to Build 3043, the last build by Cumulus's founder Steve Loft. It was by this time way out of Beta but Steve wanted to keep it that way until he made a decision on his and Cumulus's future.

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Steve
there is one thing i noted if mx has not run for a long time it takes some tine for the ui to fill in
for example i shut down on 2/12/15 at 4 pm restarted this am so it had to pull all data from data logger is there something you could add in the ui so you wold known it puling data
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RestartIfUnplugged=1
RestartIfDataStops=1

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remove solar and uv info if not part of your station

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One thing i miss is the zero line on the temperature chart.

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storm rain

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...snowdepth in dayfile
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vpokroglo wrote:...snowdepth in dayfile
Cumulus 1 doesn't have that.
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Yes I know, but You have promised in some topic, that You could maybe include it, in some future version ;)
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But in this thread I am asking for things which are already in Cumulus 1!
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tomorrowdaylength
Web tag is already there... just not implemented yet :cry:
"There will be 2min 57s more daylight tomorrow" This time of year it is always great to see the days slowly getting longer.

I know you were thinking about removing it completly, but it's always been pretty accurate no?

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Hunter362 wrote:tomorrowdaylength
Web tag is already there... just not implemented yet :cry:
"There will be 2min 57s more daylight tomorrow" This time of year it is always great to see the days slowly getting longer.

I know you were thinking about removing it completly, but it's always been pretty accurate no?
I'll second that one ;)

I've always found it reliable for my needs.
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I do miss the lux/light meter.

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Do you mean the display of the Lux value from the Fine Offset station?
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Yesterday's rain on dashboard.

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Albert Dulfer wrote:Yesterday's rain on dashboard.
I don't want to start cluttering the dashboard, yesterday's rain is on the default 'Now' page. Yesterday's rain is already available for display on the dashboard so can be added by anyone who wants it. Any HTML element with an id of "RainYesterday" will automatically display yesterday's rain.
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