@vsthose Use "Beta" for the version when you launch M5Flow and it'll be there. The version you get is 1.6.6 (at least when I do it with the windows desktop version).
Posts made by Slartibartfast
RE: UIFlow places WiFi connection code in the wrong place
@felmue Interesting. I had not tried that. Good workaround until this gets fixed for realz.
UIFlow places WiFi connection code in the wrong place
I'm trying to make a robust wifi connection flow for unattended use. To do this I need to put the wifi connect commands inside a conditional so that I can test/handle/etc.
Here's a simple example to demonstrate the issue
A simple flow with the wifi connect widget in the correct place (inside a conditional):
...and here is the resulting python code. Note WiFi.doConnect has moved to the top of the python code block instead of inside the else statement:
If I move the doConnect to the correct place the code works as I expect and there are no errors.
I have tried this with doConnect and AutoConnect with the same result.
WiFi autoreconnect without clicking the button M5StickC
I currently have some M5Stick temperature probes scattered around and if my wifi router goes down (like it does every week for the weekly reboot) the M5Stick boots back up with the "Click to connect" orange WiFi screen, which means I have to manually click each device to reconnect.
Is there a way to have it autoreconnect? Currently using UiFlow but also know Python so I could do either.
Thanks in advance!