Room Widget: I just think the option of specifying a URL that can point to any publicly available image along with the current option of binding to an item would cover this space. The other possible option would be to allow an image to be uploaded in the widget building process. I do not think the last idea is absolutely necessary, but it’s worth considering.
Right now via text config you are maxed out at 1 dashboard with 10 pages. Maybe I just assumed this is the text based config limit. I ran into the 10 page limit and I still am not at parity with my old Rotini v1 interface. I will elaborate more on this with a detailed feedback post with screenshots and such.
Thermostat Widget:. I get it… I expect you figure out how to make it work over time. As a fellow guy with dev expertise I get that the Ecobee with it’s 2 setpoints and such adds complexity.
Dimmers and color pickers:. These are a bigger problem than I thought. They just take up too much screen space. Need to go back to a click on light and it launches a sub interface. This would save me a tone or work and space. Especially if the widget had a mode where the pop-up would let me adjust the dimming and color options all in one sub interface. This would need to include the same functionality for groups.
Screen refresh:. My tablets don’t seem to match state with openhab. Lights and such will consistently show the wrong state on homehabit. Ex kitchen light is on, but shows as off because it was updated by some other interface. This is true after an hour or so wait between the status change. I think we may need some kind of timed refresh like the old Rotini. Also need a manual refresh option like old Rotini.
Phone Support: going to sub ui’s for dimmers and colors would get us alot closer to phone support again. Which we do need to get back.
Overall: happy with the progress and will keep testing and providing the best feedback I can.