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Discussion in 'Model S: User Interface' started by JaredBanyard, Mar 31, 2014.
Now shows chargemap.com/m/ if you are outside the US/CA in the charging section.
On a black background, this clockface would suffice.
Do you have code or something for this? Or do you just want me to recreate it from scratch?
There is some Silverlight code at http://www.silverlightshow.net/items/Developing-Silverlight-AnalogClock-part-2-Enhancing-the-view.aspx but I doubted it would do. But there are lots of digital-code clocks around.
Here is a js
All it needs is to flip the colors.
The Tesla's browser doesn't support Silverlight or Flash. Hence all the problems browsing the web and finding anything useful
As Norway is a pretty big market, it might make sense to use yr.no â€“ VÃ¦ret for Norge og verden fra NRK og Meteorologisk institutt for weather forecast. They also have a free api, but I don't know if there are any limits or restrictions.
the weather maps seem to miss the I-80 corridor from San Francisco to Reno.
Perhaps it is just my chrome browser on the PC and it works in the car. The thumbnails show complete coverage, but the enlarged version seems to be cutoff. Actually after selecting several, there are lots of areas that are missing due to this. I just noticed Sacramento because that is where I live.
edit: OK, I found the problem. It is the widescreen format of my computer monitor. When I change the format to ~4:3 the problem goes away. It probably works perfect in portrait mode of the Model S.
Same here, the news scroll is a bit too fast for me.
Yeah i may just turn off the scroll .. though the browser in the car has a hell of a time with scrolling internal frames.. In other words.. it doesnt do it.
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Yup I'm planning on getting international radar..
Just loaded it up in my car for the first time -- works great!
Okay I added some international radar, let me know if it works.
At least on IE, it doesn't bump up time for daylight saving.
Yeah I don't code for I.E. On Tesla or Off
How has everybody done with QuickTesla ? Any more feedback?
Only issue is that here in Old England the radar map keeps changing scale every 2-3 seconds so is impossible to study (running it on my iPad).
what are the two red numbers in the top R of the screen please?
Hmm could you take a video of the effect please? Also, its build for the car, not for the iPad
The numbers are the top are the stock price and movement for the day of TSLA.
Works great except that, in my car at least, the clock is one hour fast.
For Non-US there is a typo. It looks up for http://www.chargmap.com for charging.
Geolocation is not working for me in Time or Weather tabs in my MS, working perfect on my iPad though.
What version of firmware do you have? You need 5.9+ and need to approve the location when it asks.
Also, I just tweaked charging and radar for international people.