Please give me a hint.
I have some variable (var) I want to display using, let’s say, V2, both on Web interface and mobile.
For Console I take simple “Label” widget and do
OK, it is there.
Now, I want the same in mobile app.
Since there is no “Label” widget in mobile ( why ?) , I take “Display” widget and assign the same V2 to it. Works fine, I see the same value on the web and on mobile screen.
Now, let’s try some properties…
Blynk.setProperty(V2, "color", BLYNK_GREEN);
On web interface - widget background color goes green…
On mobile interface - widget text color goes green…
A bit unexpected…
Well, yes, “Label” and “Display” are different widgets and nobody promised that they behave in the same way.
And yes, web interface and mobile interfaces are different in that they are supposed to show different info for different users as well as different levels of details. That’s fine. Still I think there is a lot of cases when some fundamental variables should be visible in the same way in both interfaces.
I my case my idea was simply to highlight the value to indicate that this value is “valid” (green) according to some logic…
I can use 2 datastreams to display one value on 2 interfaces, but this seems to be cumbersome… I am on PLUS plan and I don’t have too many DataStreams to use…
I tried to find a property that controls widget text color in Console - negative;
I tried to find a property that controls widget background color in Mobile - negative;
I tried to find a summary on widget-property-effect - negative;
Any hints on this ?