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Best/safest way to edit gauges.js?

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Best/safest way to edit gauges.js?

Postby oh6hps » Tue Dec 26, 2017 9:58 am

I guess this topic is discussed a million times already, but I'm having a hard times to edit gauges.js without getting Å-characters on gauges. I´m aware of UTF-8, but still getting those scands.

I'm using Filezilla and tried to use HTML5 edit, Textwrangler (macOS) with same results most of the times. I simply want to edit some basic things such as frame colours of SteelSeries etc. Nothing fancy :-). Now it is always a holding a breath -moment after uploading a edited file.

My main goal is to find safe/proper "workflow" to edit gauges.js. I have spend my Christmas reading boards and trying things. Now it is time to admit my ability read / understand what is my main issue. Well, at the same time having a good time with Cumulus MX & SteelSeries. My gauges looks ok now, after uploading a backup file...


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Re: Best/safest way to edit gauges.js?

Postby Toxic17 » Wed Dec 27, 2017 3:11 am

I'm using notepad++ https://notepad-plus-plus.org/ work brilliantly on most files
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Re: Best/safest way to edit gauges.js?

Postby oh6hps » Wed Dec 27, 2017 7:39 am

Thanks for your reply Simon, I´ll try it with my Windows laptop. I guess it is also part of a safe method to stop Cumulus while editing?

UPDATE: After closing down Cumulus MX before editing: Success with Notepad ++ and Textwrangler. HTML5 Editor messed up gauges with extra characters. I'm happy again :)

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Re: Best/safest way to edit gauges.js?

Postby ronwright418 » Wed Dec 27, 2017 12:13 pm

Notepad++ can be used within FileZilla. Have mine set up that way and it works very well. :D
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Re: Best/safest way to edit gauges.js?

Postby oh6hps » Wed Dec 27, 2017 2:03 pm

Thanks Ron, I´ll try it. Now it is time to get those graphs populated on gauges. Like you have... :)

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Re: Best/safest way to edit gauges.js?

Postby Toxic17 » Wed Dec 27, 2017 2:09 pm

I use WinSCP on my Windows PC to my CumulsMX server, and then edit any files with Notepad++.
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