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@mxtommy KIP instrument display webapp for Signalk
@Blue Ocean it was the semicolon, now it works THANK YOU

@MigGat Thanks for your answer, I don't really want to deal with note red
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(2022-02-17, 08:47 AM)RKV Wrote: , I don't really want to deal with note red

Yes you do  Wink
Not that difficult to do some very useful tasks.

This strips out just the time from the gps datatime & adds it to signalk as "navigation.datetimestring"
In node-red, either menu import or ctrl-i , paste the code below & deploy... then navigation.datetimestring will be available as a text value in KIP

Code:
[
   {
       "id": "5135979d8b2792cb",
       "type": "signalk-subscribe",
       "z": "d6c01db7.8f1c",
       "name": "navigation.datetime",
       "mode": "sendAll",
       "flatten": true,
       "context": "vessels.self",
       "path": "navigation.datetime",
       "source": "",
       "period": 1000,
       "x": 210,
       "y": 620,
       "wires": [
           [
               "fc0fa0c71e18a827"
           ]
       ]
   },
   {
       "id": "2bad0b37dcba4e8f",
       "type": "signalk-send-pathvalue",
       "z": "d6c01db7.8f1c",
       "name": "navigation.datetimestring",
       "source": "",
       "meta": "",
       "x": 710,
       "y": 620,
       "wires": []
   },
   {
       "id": "fc0fa0c71e18a827",
       "type": "function",
       "z": "d6c01db7.8f1c",
       "name": "Convert datetime to time",
       "func": "//\"2022-02-17T09:30:01.000Z\"\n\nvar temptime = msg.payload;\ntemptime = temptime.slice(11, 19);\nmsg.topic = \"navigation.datetimestring\";\nmsg.payload = temptime;\nreturn msg;",
       "outputs": 1,
       "noerr": 0,
       "initialize": "",
       "finalize": "",
       "libs": [],
       "x": 440,
       "y": 620,
       "wires": [
           [
               "fba25f82fe68abd7",
               "2bad0b37dcba4e8f"
           ]
       ]
   },
   {
       "id": "fba25f82fe68abd7",
       "type": "debug",
       "z": "d6c01db7.8f1c",
       "name": "",
       "active": false,
       "tosidebar": true,
       "console": false,
       "tostatus": false,
       "complete": "payload",
       "targetType": "msg",
       "statusVal": "",
       "statusType": "auto",
       "x": 590,
       "y": 680,
       "wires": []
   }
]



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I did it, now I'm super happy with KIP, thanks again everyone for the help.

   
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(2020-04-19, 11:08 PM)mxtommy Wrote: New version of Kip released Big Grin

### V1.0.0
* add ngcanvasgauges and new modern theme (thanks godind!)
* new Theme change event allowing widgets to subscribe to theme changes (thanks godind!)
* Historical Graph color change on theme update
* Update WidgetString to use canvas like numeric widget for dynamic font size
* Latitude/Longitude Unit format
* Load / Save config from server!
* Notifications service for application status (snackbar)
* Deleting the last widget in a page deletes the page!
* Signalk Notifications in menubar!

Note, loading/saving to server takes a quick explanation. In order to save to the server, you need a R/W token from the server. You can request one in settings of KIP, but then you need to go to the server UI and approve it.

Then when you save, you can give a name to the config, and you can save it to either global or user scope. Global scope means everyone (think other KIP displays on other phones/computers) will be able to see/load it (even without a token). User Scope means only client's who already have the current token that can read it.

Note when you approve the token in the server UI, it approves as a normal user. In order to save to the global scope, you need "Admin" permissions, so you need to edit the token (it's under Devices in the server UI)

Feel free to let me know if there are any issues!

Where is this "Server UI" where I can approve and edit R/W tokens.  I have been poking around in KIP for a while and can't figure this out
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(2020-04-19, 11:08 PM)mxtommy Wrote: Note, loading/saving to server takes a quick explanation. In order to save to the server, you need a R/W token from the server. You can request one in settings of KIP, but then you need to go to the server UI and approve it.

Then when you save, you can give a name to the config, and you can save it to either global or user scope. Global scope means everyone (think other KIP displays on other phones/computers) will be able to see/load it (even without a token). User Scope means only client's who already have the current token that can read it.

Note when you approve the token in the server UI, it approves as a normal user. In order to save to the global scope, you need "Admin" permissions, so you need to edit the token (it's under Devices in the server UI)


Where is this server UI accessed.  I have been looking for this for what seems like all afternoon and getting nowhere
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(2022-07-21, 03:11 AM)s/v maniac Wrote: Where is this server UI accessed.  I have been looking for this for what seems like all afternoon and getting nowhere

Hi Smile

It's not in KIP, it's the UI of the Signal K Server. Looks like this: http://demo.signalk.org/admin/#/dashboard

Thomas
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(2022-07-21, 09:46 PM)mxtommy Wrote:
(2022-07-21, 03:11 AM)s/v maniac Wrote: Where is this server UI accessed.  I have been looking for this for what seems like all afternoon and getting nowhere

Hi Smile

It's not in KIP, it's the UI of the Signal K Server. Looks like this: http://demo.signalk.org/admin/#/dashboard

Thomas

Found it, wonderful.  Excited to share this
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