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    • #15048
      lemon
      Participant

      I’m getting a “bad gateway” message when trying to access MMW.

    • #15049
      Heather Brooks
      Keymaster

      Thanks for reporting, and thanks to @mbarney for opening a GitHub issue. The development team is taking a look.

    • #15050
      Heather Brooks
      Keymaster

      The problem has been addressed and Monitor My Watershed is back up. Thanks for your patience.

    • #15270
      Jim Moore
      Participant

      I noticed this week that the TSA charts can not be scaled with the mouse scroll button but they can be shifted.  Something changed since I was able to scale and move any of the displayed parameters.

      I couldn’t find this issue in any other threads so I bring it up here.  Perhaps there was a recent update and that feature got broken?

    • #15271
      Dave Bressler
      Participant

      Jim Moore (@w3asa), I wasn’t able to replicate your problem re the mouse scrolling.  I was able to expand and shrink the y-axis with my mouse wheel.  You can’t do this on the x-axis but I don’t think you’ve ever been able to do this on the x-axis.  Possibly your mouse wheel itself isn’t working(?)

    • #15272
      Dave Bressler
      Participant

      Thanks Robert S. Jim @w3asa your mouse wheel must be broken. And as Robert S points out the x-axis can be scrolled on within the graph itself, just not on the axis or the range at the bottom.

    • #15280
      Jim Moore
      Participant

      My problem is that GMI_EC1 has conductivity spikes up to 900,ooo µS. The TSA chart auto scales to that level.  If I hover over EC axis and left click I can shift the scale location but I want to hover around zero and expand the scale so the all the lower EC readings are displayed.  I could do this a few weeks ago and my mouse wheel is working on other apps.  I am in my office with a iMac using Chrome.  No mouse wheel but its touch sensitive – same result.

      If you look at GMI_EC1 you will see large spike around 2/19/2021 A few weeks ago I was able to expand the scale around zero to see the lower values of EC now I can’t.  If I pick dates 2/22/21 to 3/14/21 I see the lower EC spikes (probably road salt from the service plaza) so the auto scaling works but I can’t scale manually.

      Try it and let me know what you observe.  I have tried on different platforms and browsers and same problem.

      Thanks

    • #15281
      Jim Moore
      Participant

      btw Robert S response didn’t show up in this thread

      • #15284
        Heather Brooks
        Keymaster

        @w3asa @dbressler @movingplaid Jim is correct: comments made in the activity stream on the homepage do not get applied to the forum. This is a flaw in the software that runs the activity stream. I think it is needlessly confusing so I have disabled the display of the Comment link.

    • #15282
      Jim Moore
      Participant

      I just tried this with Safari on my iMac and the scroll works to change scale so must be a Chrome problem which I typically use.  I have Chrome Version 89.0.4389.82 (Official Build) (x86_64)

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