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Awesome that you have fixed it!
I am currently trying g to figure out how to configure the bot and send the notifications from the system…
Do you have any good tutorial for reference?
I have made a video describing the process. You can download it from here: https://we.tl/c3ph6ew5es
Sorry for the late response.
But, after I restarted the PC several times the configurations dialog for Telegram device works.
I don’t know why, but it simply does.
Do you still want me to send you any data?
After a full restart of the computer, it now works!
Thank you for your support!
Yes, it is exactly what I want to achieve.
I have created an Input Channel on my device, that is configured as in the image:
In my table, it shows —
Should I do anything else?
- This reply was modified 2 years, 9 months ago by svoicum.
Also, how do I create a control where I can enter the value of the new SetPoint for the output channel?
Thank you for the fast response.
I can wait a week. Will send you an email just shortly.
But, I still don’t know how to define an output channel, to write into the registers. Should I add commands in the Device Template Editor? Like so?[img]http://savepic.net/10148875.htm[/img]
And where can I find the formula table?May 18, 2017 at 4:35 pm in reply to: webstation Scheme loading failed. Try to reload scheme #2169
I was just able to try it.
If I open Webstation from the internet it works. But now, it doesn’t work locally.
This is a major issue, because it must be able to be viewed both from the internet and locally.
Any possible quick fix?
Thank you @mikhail!
All is working fine.
I don’t know what happened, but it works now. Previously when I ticked Write Events checkbox it didn’t write the events. Now, it is working.
Now I have another problem with the WebStation, but I replied to a thread that was already created.
All the best!May 18, 2017 at 5:33 am in reply to: webstation Scheme loading failed. Try to reload scheme #2165
I am facing with the same issue, but over Internet.
My server is running on a Raspberry PI. If I connect using the local LAN IP everything works OK.
But, if I connect from the internet (all port forwarding is OK), it loads the authentication screen, I can login just fine, but I get the same behavior as @sguerrero18.
You can see the console here: http://imgur.com/a/2udL2
Thanks in advance!
- This reply was modified 3 years, 2 months ago by svoicum.