The first issue with IE is a known thing, but is considered a nice-to-fix and so ends up low priority. The exporting of watchlists would be nice as well. As usual, funding would go a long way toward pushing it up the schedule.
I finally got around to loading the newest version of Mango (1.8.2 I think). I enabled the option to discard what I consider bad data for the DS18B20 and this works just fine for me. No more flaky charts when i restart my 1-wire network! Thanks a bunch! For my latest version of my public page see:
Yes, the "add" option should not be displayed for non-admin. But the problem with copying (which non-admins can do) is that the user's (cached) permissions were not being refreshed after the copy, so the edit failed. In any case, both issues have been fixed for next release. Thanks for the report.
When you finally have to login you're using a hidden field and that's good. Any way, not having a hidden field when creating the account is a problem: some one can see over your shoulder and remeber your password. Is a security risk.
Please note that Serotonin has limited resources for completely testing various browser and platform combinations. The only browser that we can "officially support" is Firefox, which is what is nearly exclusively used for Mango development.
Let's say that other browsers like Safari are "unofficially supported", meaning that we are happy to hear reports of ways in which they do not work, but cannot guarantee that any such problems will be fixed promptly, if at all.
Doesn't matter much. Anyone that can get to the page can just view the source and see the password. Otherwise, you're just balancing the threat of someone looking over your shoulder with the nuisance of not being able to see what you're doing.
Just a little thought on your product, great work! I set up a third party modbus device in under an hour, a feat unto itself as I have used many software packages that are much more difficult to setup quantities than this one. keep up the good work