João Pereira

Excellent job, very nice GUI. Even this release is for tablet only, I thought I give it a try on a xiaomi redmi note 10s. So far what I have seen is the same issue as I had on the “old” stable version, sometimes some of the bottom icons are not visible (roadbook, obd, settings). Some help on the obd section, even I have a subriscrion, not sure if this work on beta version and can’t see somewhere that I’m subscribed, but when I’m there a message “obd2 demo mode.. buy the plugin” is showing, something is wrong with the subscription or I just should click on it and agree to the terms?

I mean this is an extra paid plugin?

irrelevant with dmd but can we have an option to edit our post in case of mistake instead of quote our msg?

You should be able to edit posts now.

Yes the OBD2 view as always been intended to be a purchasable plugin from the start, it never was due to being very early development, which it seems still needs more work anyway.

We never intended to have an app where users will use EVERYTHING, we want the user to buy only what he wants to use.
Unless we can keep thinking of new features and new plugins it’s going to be really hard to make the app profitable at all.
Also, if you do not use something you can just edit the bottom menu and remove the view entry.
There are tons of other plugins we can develop, we even want to make a “empty” template to allow third party developers to develop and sell their own plugins.
Our objective is to make the dashboard a kind of eco-system, where users will be able to buy or subscribe a series of different plugins to make the dashboard exactly what they wants or needs.

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