Change default graph colors

Discussion in 'Tomato Firmware' started by Zxian, Mar 27, 2007.

  1. Zxian

    Zxian Network Guru Member

    So... you've got one more convert. I flashed over to Tomato 1.06 last night and I LOVE IT! This from someone who tried WifiBox (back in the day), HyperWRT, Tofu, Thibor, DD-WRT. Tofu and then Thibor were the firmwares that I enjoyed the most. Tomato tops them all.

    I was just wondering if it might be possible to customize the default settings on the graphs. I'd rather that the real-time graph shows me every 10 seconds and is solid rather than lines.

    It's not a make-or-break deal, but it'd be really nice to have. :)
  2. pharma

    pharma Network Guru Member

    You need to play with the firmware! Of course you can change the graph to use solid instead of lines, change colors, etc...!! You can also change the interval in seconds (4, 6, 8, 10) for the AVG. bandwidth data you find under the graph! Check out the FAQ on the Tomato site as well as read the readme.htm that was included with the firmware download.

    I used WiFiBox too! It was good firmware back then. You realize the Tomato's author (Jon) is also known as Tofu?

    Anyway welcome to the wonderful world of Tomato!! :)
  3. Zxian

    Zxian Network Guru Member

    I have been playing with the firmware... :p

    After a bit more playing around, it turns out to be a problem with Opera and the WebGUI. When I log in using Firefox, the settings stick, but not with Opera.

    Any ideas?

    EDIT - Gah... now I'm confused... now it works with Opera. :wacko:
  4. der_Kief

    der_Kief Super Moderator Staff Member Member


    just for completion, this is from the readme:
    • Graphs/SVG may not work with all browsers. Firefox: Use 1.5 or higher. Internet Explorer: Use Adobe SVG. Opera: Use 9.0 or higher. Safari: Doesn't support SVG (2.0.x). Safari/WebKit nightly: Bandwidth Monitor works, but not QOS graph (r17960).
    • GUI settings are not saved by Opera if using IP address. The only work-around is to use the router's hostname (http://hostname/) instead of an IP address ( You can modify the hostname in Basic/Identification, or you can also edit your computer's /etc/hosts or C:\windows\system32\drivers\etc\hosts if you're not using the router's DNS forwarder.
  5. Zxian

    Zxian Network Guru Member

    Yup - I saw that too. I've added the router's address to my hosts file, since I have my laptop's DNS settings hardcoded with OpenDNS. Thanks for the help you two. :)
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