123solar 1.6.7

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Jaybeam
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Jaybeam

Post by Jaybeam » Thu Oct 22, 2015 6:29 pm

seems to be related to https. When I go to my http version there i also have a green ok symbol.
Any idea what could cause this?

greetings,
Rudy.

jeanmarc
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Re: 123solar 1.6.7

Post by jeanmarc » Thu Oct 22, 2015 6:36 pm

Hmm :? the version check is done remotely with 123solar.org. Maybe https don't like that (even though i have do header('Access-Control-Allow-Origin)) Your web server log should be informative.

Jaybeam
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Jaybeam

Post by Jaybeam » Thu Oct 22, 2015 8:25 pm

After some research it seems that modern browsers block "active mixed content".
To fix this all content should be https.

In Chrome you can bypass by clicking on the shield in the right corner of the address bar.
https://support.google.com/chrome/answer/1342714

Greetings,
Rudy.

bogdanxx
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Re: 123solar 1.6.7

Post by bogdanxx » Sun Oct 25, 2015 11:42 am

hello
there is no option "Show expected production"

ninodifr
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Re: 123solar 1.6.7

Post by ninodifr » Sun Oct 25, 2015 2:19 pm

Expected production unfortunately now you can see only in comparison.
In return, however, now you can view simultaneously the production of every year. ;)

I have included in my 123solar also the old tab comparison (comparison old), which is only used for the expected production, perhaps could do it jeanmarc. :idea:

Jaybeam
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Jaybeam

Post by Jaybeam » Mon Oct 26, 2015 6:10 pm

jeanmarc,

two questions:

- is it normal that some detail views have a dotted curve while other days are smooth. See 02 october vs 03 october https://www.jaybeam.be/123solar/detailed.php or http://lucvs.no-ip.biz/123solar/detailed.php (same result on both loggers)
p.s. I think the smooth line looks nicer :mrgreen:

- Would it be possible when going down in the production view year>month>day to go straight to the detailed view when clicking that day?

Greetings,
Rudy.

ninodifr
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Re: 123solar 1.6.7

Post by ninodifr » Mon Oct 26, 2015 6:27 pm

Though there are many lines in the "csv" graph uses lines smooth (days with many hours of light),
but if there are fewer lines graph using the shell dotted lines.

kitenski
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Re: 123solar 1.6.7

Post by kitenski » Mon Oct 26, 2015 6:50 pm

I'm on 1.6.7.3 and it looks like expected production isn't working as it used to?

In config_invt1.php I have the following, but when the comparision line stays flat when I view it?

I also used to be able to view the total year and view that against expected, has that option gone?

http://leedssolar.servehttp.com/comparison.php


// ### EXPECTED PRODUCTION
$EXPECTJAN1=3.48;
$EXPECTFEB1=5.34;
$EXPECTMAR1=8.14;
$EXPECTAPR1=10.65;
$EXPECTMAY1=13.42;
$EXPECTJUN1=14.3;
$EXPECTJUI1=13.01;
$EXPECTAUG1=11.49;
$EXPECTSEP1=9.44;
$EXPECTOCT1=6.61;
$EXPECTNOV1=3.7;
$EXPECTDEC1=2.42;

ninodifr
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Re: 123solar 1.6.7

Post by ninodifr » Mon Oct 26, 2015 8:11 pm

in this version it does not work with the percentage for each month you have to put the expected production in kWh ;)

// ### EXPECTED PRODUCTION
$EXPECTJAN1=84;
$EXPECTFEB1=126;
$EXPECTMAR1=284;
$EXPECTAPR1=431;
$EXPECTMAY1=487;
$EXPECTJUN1=502;
$EXPECTJUI1=478;
$EXPECTAUG1=413;
$EXPECTSEP1=319;
$EXPECTOCT1=207;
$EXPECTNOV1=105;
$EXPECTDEC1=67;

jeanmarc
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Re: Jaybeam

Post by jeanmarc » Mon Oct 26, 2015 9:29 pm

Jaybeam wrote:is it normal that some detail views have a dotted curve while other days are smooth
Sun is unpredictable 8-)
Jaybeam wrote:Would it be possible when going down in the production view year>month>day to go straight to the detailed view when clicking that day?
I am thinking about it, but i have to make sure the detailed csv is available..

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