I want to do some sort of a adaptive dashboard in the sense that for wide displays I’ll display 3 cards, while for narrower displays only 2 (hiding the 3rd one).
Just by using grid-template-areas, it doesn’t seem possible that I can hide a card named by a grid-area entry. Am I getting this wrong? Or what’s the approach to hide/show some cards for a certain display width?
edit: I know I can use extra_styles and css to hide it, but I was wondering if there’s a way to make use of the grid configuration yaml.
Working on my first dashboard, and still pretty new to Home Assistant. Making good progress on my dashboard, but having a problem trying to change an icon in the Room Card. Specifically I’m trying to change one of the entities to have an icon that is different from what is assigned to the entity. Here is my yaml:
Hi I’m running Home Assistant 2023.9.3 with the latest version of Minimalist.
It’s been a while since i started my custom dashboard and now I have some time to work some more on it.
Then i Noticed that I have these ugly borders now.
I found that there is a fix and I see that is has been implemented
# fix added border-lines in 2022.11
Yet it does not work Have been googling and trying all sorts of fixes I found but no luck.
Any one been having tha same problem?
I’m working at an adaptive dashboard version for my tablet and I don’t know why, my dashboard is loading very slow. I double checked the code and it seems fine. Does anyone have an ideea why it is working slow and also, after a few minutes it crashes, especially when I’m in Home page? HASS is running on a virtual machine on Synology. I tried on MS Edge, Google Chrome. On FullyKioskBrowser it is even worse. Also I tried on a iPad with HA Companion app, and again it is worse. It could be because I used horizontal-stack in a vertical-stack, some kind of stack-in-stack on a single grid-area? I didn’t used this on all views, but all views are loading very slowly.