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  • Sonoff Basic payloads graphing

    Hello,
    I have been using mcsMQTT for a while now, like it, and i have been getting temperature and humidity data from esp8266 with AM2302 sensors. I have bee able to graph the data from the graphing page, and directly from a browser. I just noticed a problem using the same sensors and the sonoff basic. If I click on the history button, I get a graph, which looks like it should have data, but doesn't. It has the x and y axes, but no graph. I have attached a couple of screen shots. What might I be doing wrong?
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    This happens with other sonoff values as well, ie RSSI values
    Thanks for any insight
    Bruce
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    Here are a couple of shots from the sonoff webpage:

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    • #3
      I found a graphing issue and fixed in http://mcssprinklers.com/mcsmqtt_3_4_11_2.zip. just hspi_mcsmqtt.exe was updated. when I get home next week will submit to updater but the update can be done manually with this file. if it does not resolve your issue I will look deeper and may need some debug output from you

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      • #4
        Thanks, Michael.
        I will update and try it out
        Bruce

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        • #5
          Michael,
          That fixed it. Now I get a graph of the values in the "blue box".
          Thanks
          Bruce

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