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Node-RED - Serial Nodes
#11
(10-13-2017, 11:28 AM)Sailoog Wrote: A killer poll is a good idea, let's finish the current one.

You guys up in Catalonia are really getting into this voting thing Wink 

Bona sort.
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#12
Since I started using the node red dashboard, I never want to use freeboard again.

For me it can be removed.
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#13
(10-14-2017, 06:31 AM)PaddyB Wrote:
(10-13-2017, 11:28 AM)Sailoog Wrote: A killer poll is a good idea, let's finish the current one.

You guys up in Catalonia are really getting into this voting thing Wink 

Bona sort.

Smile Smile Smile

Yes, voting without fear of being beaten is a strange experience Wink
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#14
The killer poll is on: http://forum.openmarine.net/showthread.php?tid=817

Vote without mercy Wink
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#15
This should be fixed in v0.17.0 please check
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#16
curious, if you didn't want to use the FreeBoard, would just not plug in the power to the board? or disconnect the board from the pi...
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#17
FreeBoard gets in the way of installing other nodes to node-red FreeBoard is a "ui node" like dashboard.
it's software not a hardware board
http://yagitsawa.github.io/2016/06/20/bb...onment.png
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#18
(04-30-2018, 02:59 PM)jim321 Wrote: FreeBoard gets in the way of installing other nodes to node-red  FreeBoard is a "ui node" like dashboard.
it's software not a hardware board
http://yagitsawa.github.io/2016/06/20/bb...onment.png

AH,  I read the whole thread and couldn't figure it out.  I get "node-Red"  but Freeboard is definitetly a piece of hardware.  I have one.  It's connected to my Arduino  and multiplexesNMEA 0183 along with seatalk data and feeds the whole thing into Openplotter via USB.  I guess that was my confusion.  there is now a freeboard software component.
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