Yeah it’d be nice if you could share some of the other widgest as well, i.e. Kodi, the log text box, etc.
Also what exactly are you showing on the timeline below the color widgets on the “Lighting” page? I like the way it looks, but dont know what I’d show on a timeline thats lighting related. Maybe when they were on and off? Can this be done through the built-in HABPanel timeline widget?
Look here for the plugin doing the network device status scanning code:
Its doing it via an arp scan via mac addresses. Works really well. The only thing that is a bit flaky is android phones because theyll put the wifi connection to sleep and look “offline” if they’re not active after like 30 seconds or something. There used to be a setting in the wifi settings to disable this behavior but I believe they got rid of it around 8.0-8.1
I can do that but it means merging the code with your own in “/habpanel/index.html#/settings/localconfig”
It might be cleaner for you to just set those up from scratch yourself for only what you need, as my lighting screen is so full with stuff, that it only fits on a PC screen, if you load that up on a tablet without changing display scaling options, it won’t fit unfortunately.
They are standard sliders, knobs, switches and colour pickers, using my css override, they should look for you, how they do on my screenshots.
Using network:pingdevice with the Network Binding https://docs.openhab.org/addons/bindings/network/readme.html
Each item was just a switch to the Pingable network device, the icon lights up when the device is online on the network and looks dim when they’re offline, but as I said, very unreliable. I never did any setup with the binding though, I’m sure there is more reliable ways to do it with the binding.
Occasionally I’ll use Dreamweaver, but mostly I just use Chrome DevTools, id say you can do it all in DevTools, if you just want to modify an element then that’s super easy, you inspect the element you want to change, which brings up the css for it, you make your live edits, see how they look instantly, and when you’re happy, move the overrides to the css override file.
If you’re creating from scratch like I have with my custom widgets, I make them in the custom widget section of openhab, you can flick between code and preview there.
I can see you’ve got some of your logging displayed there in HabPanel, Id love for you to share this. It would be very useful to display say the last 50 or so logs from OH2, saves going back to a terminal to view them!