Increase in the number of web mountpoints in 386.1

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RMerlin

Asuswrt-Merlin dev
Just as a heads up, I have increased the number of available mount points for custom webpages in 386.1. This will now support up to 20 pages (up from 10).

This number should be sufficient for a long time, as I feel like any router that has 20 extra pages added might start to feel a bit overcrowded anyway.
 

thelonelycoder

Part of the Furniture
Just as a heads up, I have increased the number of available mount points for custom webpages in 386.1. This will now support up to 20 pages (up from 10).

This number should be sufficient for a long time, as I feel like any router that has 20 extra pages added might start to feel a bit overcrowded anyway.
Thanks.
Is there a built in handler for tabs that overflow the content width?
In Diversion I have my own fluid sub tabs, so there will be no additional custom page ever needed for it.
 

RMerlin

Asuswrt-Merlin dev
Is there a built in handler for tabs that overflow the content width?
I remember someone tested it back when I initially implemented the addon API and I was wondering about this, I don't remember what was the result, but I do remember that the UI was still usable.
 

RMerlin

Asuswrt-Merlin dev
I only hope my add-on survives the coming Adaptive QoS changes in 386! :p
AFAIK, as of right now, the only real game-breaking change that I have noticed is on how bwdpi sets up its traffic queues. We can no longer intercept /usr/sbin/tc calls.

Guest Network is also getting a design overhaul, but I haven't looked too closely at it yet. I'm still waiting on a newer GPL drop, the one I currently have is the first 386-RC2 release. I expect to get new GPL drops in the next week or so.
 

SomeWhereOverTheRainBow

Very Senior Member
AFAIK, as of right now, the only real game-breaking change that I have noticed is on how bwdpi sets up its traffic queues. We can no longer intercept /usr/sbin/tc calls.

Guest Network is also getting a design overhaul, but I haven't looked too closely at it yet. I'm still waiting on a newer GPL drop, the one I currently have is the first 386-RC2 release. I expect to get new GPL drops in the next week or so.
I hope sooner than later for those new GPL drops. I imagine with out the new GPL, it is hard to run an early alpha to a beta.
 

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