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February 11, 2014 at 10:09 am #22755
Firstly a great program and like the continuous updates released!
I’ve noticed on the run-once program page that the set values cannot be larger than 50 mins. Even if you manually type a larger number in eg. 99, it’s reset back to 50 when you move away from the field. The OpenSprinker interval program seems to support larger numbers in its run-once program so this seems to be a mobile app issue?
Also if you cancel a run-once program from the main screen via ‘Stop all Stations’ the green status bar continues to counts down until you leave the main screen and return to it. Obviously a very minor point, though mentioned in case it’s an easy fix to refresh after stopping all stations.
Thanks!February 11, 2014 at 1:26 pm #26009
First, glad your enjoying the app and everything is working well! Both issues are easily fixed. The first exists because if the slider range is to wide the slider loses it’s usefulness (jumps instead of increment by 1 etc).
The second issue is a bug and I will get it fixed very soon.
Update: I never asked but would do you think would be a better max range for run-once?
Update 2: The second bug should be fixed now.February 12, 2014 at 7:15 am #26010Quote:Update 1: I never asked but would do you think would be a better max range for run-once?
I generally use the ‘run-once’ program for non-routine drippers that operate for longer time periods, eg. 3-5 hours. However I agree the graphical slider range can’t really be expanded much beyond the current range for the reasons you mentioned. However it would be good if a number is manually entered into the field that exceeds the range of the graphical slider that the number still sticks (ie. overrides the graphical slider) and the slider would only come back into play if the user chooses to slide it – hopefully that all makes sense! 😉
Noting that this limitation also currently truncates any programmed durations greater than 50 when a program is selected from the pulldown menu to ‘run-once’.Quote:Update 2: The second bug should be fixed now.
Looks good, thanks for the prompt fix!February 12, 2014 at 3:05 pm #26011
Ah okay, that’s a great idea. I’ll see what I can do to override this in the fashion you described. The easiest way will be making a hidden input and managing the values between the two. I will try to implement this when I get the time.February 24, 2014 at 4:30 am #26012
Sorry it took me so long to get back to you on this however I couldn’t find a better solution than just increasing the maximum. For now, I changed it from 50 to 240 minutes (4 hours).
I am still working on a design that allows an infinite range but until then hopefully this works. Thanks!February 24, 2014 at 11:46 am #26013
That’s great, works well for now, much appreciated!
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