I’m trying to migrate my ui-lovelace.yaml into different dashboards.
It seems like
does not support file navigation.
I tried using it like this: My custom dashboard is located here:
config/frontend/dashboards/overview2.yaml I added
to my configuration.yaml but I can see the filename it is then looking for in Configuration>Lovelace Dashboards>Dashboards under Overview2 is
frontenddashboardsoverview2.yaml instead of navigating to the overview2.yaml file and reading it from there I get the default lovelace generated ui. It would definitely help keeping things organised! Thanks for making HA possible!
it most likely does but you’d need to whiltelist the directory or place it in the www folder and idenfity it as /local. I can’t verify at the moment, but most of HA works this way.
drop it in config/www/dashboards/overview2.yaml
call it out
Hey petro! Thanks for the quick reply on my feature request.
The overview2.yaml loads correctly if I place it in config/ but not at all if I put it in my own folder i.e. config/frontend/dashboards/.
I tried placing the overview2.yaml in config/www/dashboards but still getting the default generated UI
I too tried to get this done - and it seems that config root is always the location, no matter what path I put in-front of the filename.
I’m going out on a limb and say why have it at all?
All that the file in question really needs to have at the moment is:
views: !include_dir_list ./lovelace/test
You could just as easily add
views: as part of the dashboard object and rename the title to something like
name: (because the dashboard object already has a title property)
Hey guys! @petro you’re right, you need to place it in the www folder but the path required, not the local prefix.
So if you place your yaml file to
config/www/dashboards/overview2.yaml you must configure the filename as: