Questions about the release of v0.9
mwittig commented on 15 Dec 2016 • edited
No. It is a standard notebook. I think I have found the solution following the advice given in the following forum thread (second last post): https://productforums.google.com/forum/#!topic/youtube/mYBzHWscubo
I used the malware removal tool from malwarebytes.com as suggested and found 8 adware things on my computer (not FlashMall btw). After performing the removal and rebooting the notebook the demo works as expected.
It seems to work for the otherst1m02k16 created this issue in pimatic/pimatic open chrome browser #1030
Another idea came to my mind.
Creating pages in pimatic is nice to sort things in groups. But static pages don’t always show you what you need just in this moment.
My idea is the possibility to create “dynamic” pages.
Let me explain:
Create a new page, call it “Now” (or whatever) and mark it with “Dynamic”.
Now you’ll need to create some kind of “rules” for the page.
“if dwd-weather-warning is set, then show it on “Now””
“if presence of XYZ changed in the last 5 min, then show it on “Now””
“if light-xyz is set to on, then show it on “Now”” (Just to not forget switching off :D)
“if google-calendar has events for today, then show it on “Now””
“if window-sensor-xyz is open, then show it on “Now””
Another thing, which would help structuring those pages would be “priorities”. For example: It’s more important for me to know that a hurricane is coming, then that the light’s still on. Assigning priority 1 to a rule / item should display it on top (latest change first), priority 2 below, priority 3 …
Probably this is a reeeeeeally big thing to implement, but i just had the idea and really liked it. It’s like pushing pimatic to a new level
You connect the RS485 gateway to your RPi and with the MySensors plugin you can then get the values from your inverter.
But then you still need to decode the serial line protocol. At least, I did not find a MySensors sketch for this. Doing the decoding as part of pimatic is possible but not trivial.