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Homey.ink, an e-ink Homey dashboard

Is it possible to show insight-graphs somehow? E.g. battery-level on a Tesla
Or is it only for running favorite flows and devices?

It can show all values a tile holds, not as a graph though.
The actual values can be shown, like battery % and such. It is updated realtime, no page refresh needed
Example

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This is a local served dash though.
With the online dashboards, longpressing a tile shows the values it holds, in a cycle (next longpress shows next value). But, while casting it to Google nest hub, this isn’t possible, I heard/read, but I don’t own one. Then maybe a local served dash is an option.
If you like, you can try my flavour of homeydash. It comes with a how-to install and run it on Homey itself.

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Ow?

Adjusted, I was misinformed appearantly.
I added:
’ I heard/read, but I don’t own one.’
Happy?

Well, the information is not correct. It is indeed possible with a Nest Hub.

Check!
And is it correct the hub starts a screensaver every 10 mins, and a new cast command has to be sent from Homey?
Do the tiles still show the longpress value then?
T.i.a. Roco

This is correct.

Nope.
But i wonder if “ur” version does?

???
I never said it is “my” version, I wrote:

But “my” flavour should, it should, Glenn D. is playing with it b/c he has a hub and I don’t.
The longpress function is not needed, I just un-hid the tile values so they’re always visible.

But it only lasts for 9 mins. Very useful.

We are going off-topic here me guess.
But if u think it’s ur flavor of Homeydash.com i wonder why u give credits to other sites that copied Homeydash.com. And , after complaining about it at the specific site, the site made the credits go to the correct persons.
“This project is forked from Homey.ink / Homeydash.com / Homeycornelisse”
“and those (daneedk, Rocodamelshe, Homeycornelisse) who expanded and customized it to what it is now.”
If u think u should add the original MD from That site then u don’t know where the credits should go to.
And no, it’s not me. Am just the guy who fix things. @DaneedeKruyff is the guy who should get credits for Homeydash.com !

Hi guys, I’m not getting it fullscreen. I can’t seem to get rid of the address-bar and options bar on both my Kobo’s. Granted, the first one is an older (unsupported) model, but the one in the screenshot is most definitely an Aura H2O.

I followed the foolproof 3-step setup instruction and even checked for the FullScreenBrowser-line in the .conf file. There isn’t much to mess up here. Any thoughts?

Hi,

I also did not manage it to get it fullscreen…
I have tried al lot of things, but at the end I gave up.
Now I am using an old iPad mini (in case) with the same black white view which I would have on the e reader… that works fine :slightly_smiling_face:!

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Downgrading to 4.25.15875 (November 2020) didnt solve the issue. I’ll try firmware versions further back when I find the time.

Perhaps it’s a hardware version issue. Apparently the Aura H2O has 2 editions, with the second edition having 2 versions. The 7th digit of the serial number reveals which version: mine is a 2, which means I have version 2.

Maybe this info helps future troubleshooters.

Same problem here, after getting a H20 special for the homey ink, I don’t get rid off the 2 ‘side bars’ like in the picture off ‘@Thijss’.
has someone managed to get it on fullscreen?
Thanks…!

(BTW, if I count digits and look at the 7th, its a 5, or if I don’t count the first N off the serial, it’s a 9, so I don’t think you can see the first or second edition to this…)

If your 7th digit isn’t a 2, you have the 1st version according to

https://wiki.mobileread.com/wiki/Kobo_Firmware_Releases

Since my version 2 has the same problem, you might have just ruled out the problem is due to a version difference. Unfortunately doesnt solve it, but at least we are one step closer.

Did anyone manage to get it fullscreen?

After flashing the Kobo back to a really old firmware version, I could force the browser to fullscreen by changing the config file. I also tried to disable the sync and update functionality, but without success. After two days I found my Kobo updated to the latest firmware again and with the crappy not-fullscreen browser on the screen. That was the moment I threw the device back in the drawer to let it collect dust again.