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  • jbiddle replied to the topic Editing Variable UUIDs in the forum Monitor My Watershed 5 months, 3 weeks ago

    I totally understand. I’m thankful that I’m still able to work full time from home it has been incredibly challenging. But I totally get it and it it’s totally understandable. Thanks again for taking the time to help me with this.

    The lib_dep part of the platform.ini says:

    lib_deps =
        EnviroDIY_ModularSensors@0.23.16
    ;  ^^ Use this when working from an official release of the library
    ;    https://github.com/EnviroDIY/ModularSensors.git#develop
    ;  ^^ Use this when if you want to pull from the develop branch

    So should I replace the whole line that says “EnviroDIY_ModularSensors@0.23.16” with the link?

    • Correct. Or you can just add a semi-colon in front of the “ModularSensors” line and remove the semi colon from the link’s line.

      • Thank you. Once I do that, do I need to do anything to update the board?

        • You should be able to just reprogram it with the same program. If that errors, let me know.

          • Thanks Sara. This is the monitor output in testing mode now:

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            Current logger time is 2020-05-11T10:47:22-05:00
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            CampbellOBS3 at ADS1115_0x48_Channel0 reports turbidity is 1.13185 nephelometricTurbidityUnit
            CampbellOBS3 at ADS1115_0x48_Channel1 reports turbidity is 1.02158 nephelometricTurbidityUnit
            EnviroDIY Mayfly at EnviroDIY Mayfly reports batteryVoltage is 4.867 volt
            MaximDS3231 at I2C_0x68 reports temperatureDatalogger is 21.25 degreeCelsius
            RSSI is calculated to be 0 decibelMiliWatt
            signalPercent is calculated to be 0 percent
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