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  • #3391
    water4water
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    I have two controllers. I realize that the production web interface currently supports only one. However, the programs from both timers appear in the list of programs, and they are duplicated. Furthermore, my Program B from the timer that is controllable from the web interface gets replaced with the program B from the other timer…this happens only on the web interface. Even if I log out and log back in, or use a different browser altogether. The web interface is so buggy that it is unusable with two controllers. Please reach out to me if you need specifics…I have two of these controllers and I am unable to use the web interface with any confidence even for just one of them.

    PS–which should I trust, the web interface or what the app says? I have no idea what program is being applied since the app shows the Program B from one controller, and the web interface from the other controller… :(((((

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    #3395
    water4water
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    Web interface pulls the zones to water from the controller that cant be controlled from the web interface, but pulls zone names from the active controller. Durations come from inactive controller. Program name comes from inactive controller.

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    #3485
    Ryan
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    Hello water4water, It sounds like your using the old Web interface. Here is the link to our new beta site https://techsupport.orbitbhyve.com/#/
    let me know if you have an other questions/concerns.

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    #3724
    water4water
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    Hi Ryan,

    I appreciate the response!! I also want to mention I’m very happy with the app version of your software. But I like to use my computer, so the web interface is important to me. The link you gave me is for a beta site that also has a lot of bugs.

    For instance, my back controller is set to run two programs. If I look at the screen for just the back controller, I see that one of the two active programs says “pending” while the other active program says “enabled.” What is the difference between “pending” and “enabled”? This is very confusing. Sometimes it flips from one to the other, which makes me wonder what the significance of that is.

    Also, the view of the front controller shows all the programs (front and back) and lists all as pending, not enabled. The back controller view only shows the back controller programs, and not also the front. You get the idea…this is still pretty beta.

    I’m ok running the front controller off the production web interface (and the rear controller off an app), and I understand the production web interface is not yet enabled to control a second timer, but it seems to me like the production interface shouldn’t get confused by the presence of a second controller. I am a part-time web developer, so I think this should be pretty easy to fix if you make the back-end server pull the info using the right key in the database.

    Thanks,
    Jeff

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    #3749
    Ryan
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    Thank you for you feed back Jeff! If you like me to take a look at your timers as well please provide us with your mac address.

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