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Homey.ink on a tablet/desktop

Homeydash is also possible to run locally, the code on the website is available on github (like already mentioned previously) and works completely the same to get “online” locally as homey.ink.

But of course to the user if they want to start from Homey.ink or homeydash.com.

I know that. I was answering his question about why ppl post their screenshots of adjustments here and not in the online dash topic…

Is it possible to hide alarm clocks?

Hi Peter,

Really nice work you did with the pop-up categories like Lampen and TV Zenders.

I read further on in this thread that you made this possible by using different Homey users.

Could this also be done by using the standard ‘Zones’ tree which Homey uses? This makes it much easier to use for everyone.

In the above example the menu buttons would be:
[attic] [basement] [first floor] [garden] [ground floor]

And when you press you would then see the next level buttons:
[Hallway] and [Kitchen]

If people have setup their zone’s more in line with categories then it could look more like:
[Sunscreens] [Music] [Lights]

No, thats not possible with Homey.ink/dash.

Hello @Dijker,

How do you get the resized screen version on your android tablet?
when i click the shortcut on my home screen it automatically goes to full screen?

Does anyone has an tutorial (code) to implement “Buienradar” to my dashboard

Something like this:

Got it:

:smile:

Any chance u gonna tell how u did it so maybe others can benefit from it also?

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Im betting Photoshop :innocent:

someone helped me adding some code in the index file.
This is for adding “buienradar” when i press the tile i’ll get an local overview.

		<!-- scripts -->
		<script type="text/javascript">
			
			/* Refresh */
			window.setInterval(function(){
				document.getElementById('buienradar').src = "https://api.buienradar.nl/image/1.0/RadarMapNL?w=140&h=140&random="+new Date().getTime();
			}, 300000); // refresh elke 5 minuten

			
			/* Fullscreen */
			var Fullscreen = document.documentElement;
			
			/* View in fullscreen */
			function openFullscreen() {
				
				if (Fullscreen.requestFullscreen) {
					Fullscreen.requestFullscreen();
				} else if (Fullscreen.mozRequestFullScreen) { /* Firefox */
					Fullscreen.mozRequestFullScreen();
				} else if (Fullscreen.webkitRequestFullscreen) { /* Chrome, Safari and Opera */
					Fullscreen.webkitRequestFullscreen();
				} else if (Fullscreen.msRequestFullscreen) { /* IE/Edge */
					Fullscreen.msRequestFullscreen();
				}
				
			}
			
			/* Close fullscreen */
			function closeFullscreen() {
				
				if (document.exitFullscreen) {
					document.exitFullscreen();
				} else if (document.mozCancelFullScreen) { /* Firefox */
					document.mozCancelFullScreen();
				} else if (document.webkitExitFullscreen) { /* Chrome, Safari and Opera */
					document.webkitExitFullscreen();
				} else if (document.msExitFullscreen) { /* IE/Edge */
					document.msExitFullscreen();
				}
				
			}
		</script>
		
		<!-- HTML -->
		<div class="device on" style="text-align:left;padding:0;">
			<a href="https://www.buienradar.nl/weer/Meppel/NL/2750947#main" target="_blank"> <!-- #2750947 = Meppel -->
				<img src="https://api.buienradar.nl/image/1.0/RadarMapNL?w=140&h=140" id="buienradar" class="-width">
			</a>
		</div>
		
		
		<!-- END Custom -->

	</div>
</div>
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Really great progress on this dashboard, following it since the beginning but just started to make one as well based on homeydash github files (to adjust my own needs to it). But somehow i can’t see the temp in the corner of my home. I can adjust it but can’t see it on the control button, any idea? I’m using Edge Chromium.

Edit: I’ve circled the wrong button, it’s the one on the left haha

Did you try to longpress the button?

I can see it then yeah, that’s what i mentioned. I can control it, but a lot of people few posts up, have the information on the button in the corner displayed, so pressing it isn’t needed.

Edit: Nevermind, I guess I forgot to choose the settings (cog in the corner) temp setting within my building… It’s working now thanks

I had Homeydash 1.1.2 running on my NAS but decided to update all the files with the latest ones from GitHub (1.1.6).
Now I get an empty dashboard without any devices.
I’m probably missing something, but anyone have any suggestions?
Thanks!

Hi I think the official HomeyDash version of @DaneedeKruyff is still on version 1.1.2 (https://github.com/daneedk/homeydash.com)
I think you’re trying to use the modified version of @Homey-Cornelisse thats version 1.1.6 (https://github.com/Homeycornelisse/homey.ink)
and to be honest his version on Github is also not working for me now?

@Homey-Cornelisse now has a hosted version (https://homeycornelisse.nl/dash/) also so maybe the version on his Github is not relevant anymore?

Thanks, it does feel a bit unsafe though to use someone else’s hosted version and send your homey-token through, even if it is someone from this forum… I’d rather host everything on my own home-network.
I’m going to play around and see if I can get the local version up and running again.

The version from @DaneedeKruyff on GitGub works fine, only have issues with the version of @Homey-Cornelisse

FYI: Homeydash.com, a Homey dashboard

@Peter_de_Vos Hi Peter can you share how you enabled the buttons (Lampen TV zenders) in your version?
With about 30 lights and tig more devices my dashboard is getting a bit too long and would like to seperate the devices also in categories like lights, sonos and…

Thanks!

Thanks Danny, I’ve got the @DaneedeKruyff version working again!

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