Check your personal messages, use at your own risk, give to no one else... >.>
I sent a different link this time specially for you, only about 7KB in size I think instead of 100MB+. Let me know how it works or if you run into any issues.
Thank you, working fine and I just replied!
Hopefully staff will reply about these removals, or many others will join in all over again and voice their concerns on how benificial this info was for the status meter to provide.
Thank you for your detailed feedback on the new usage meter. I don't know the reasoning for the design change, but I do understand your concerns so I will send up your feedback to our developers for their consideration. Thank you again for sharing.
Thank you for checking Liz!
Corrosive, does the new meter look the same for you as I showed in my images on page one (ie: minimalistic and not showing the data bar I'm concerned with)?
I ask because I found in modem.js the same type of content that appears to call all of the items I'm questioning here. I am not great at Java though, so it may be my confusion, but to me it looks very similar so I expect this new version would still provide the same/similar output. Which leads me back to my other thought and concern here that we previously had with the way our plan and discounts are setup, that didn't initially work properly with status meter and may be affecting the new one in a similar way thus not allowing it to give full info (That was what happened before, limited display/info output due to "plan" not known to the status meter)
Yeup, mine is just like yours (The 6.6.0 version) in regards to the message and having less information.
modem.js isn't where that stuff gets generated, it's another file... Can't really discuss it much >.<
But be very cautious about modifying the files if you decide to do so, one bad edit can cause lots of token purchases... lol
Thanks for confirming! I noticed all the different available "modem plans and states" the program compares when choosing which info to provide the user, and with what I ran into before with a out of normal plan setup made me think maybe it's just due to that, but I guess not if it's that way for you too.
On your edit. I assumed it wasn't from that, but seeing similar data output mentioned there made me think maybe it was just our plan setup again because it looks like both old and new generate that same info based on that js file.
I know what you mean about edits, and since I'm not good with java I wouldn't have been testing any edits anyway just looking around.
Got a good laugh out of that token comment, now find where one wrong edit makes our monthly allotment 100GB anytime and we'll all be set
Yeah... that's something controlled at the NOC and might have police knocking at your door at 6AM the next day... LOL
Ha, yes I was joking!!
I know that wouldn't be possible anyway, maybe make it appear that way on our end, but I know all that's set on their side anyway