We license the majority of the icons, but we’ve custom made a number of icons based on user requests that couldn’t be sourced otherwise.
We source most of our icons from Font Awesome, so we try to follow their ‘solid’ style and approach. All of the icons are SVG and we attempt to target a minimal size for the web - this also naturally lends to following the FA style which is a bit more minimal in nature, has gentle curvature, and isn’t loaded with tons of paths (eg. overly complex polys/shapes)
I will be adding all my pool equipment this weekend, and I noticed there were not pool icons. I looked in Font Awesome and there were none there, and I found some icon packs, but they required licensing fees and didn’t exactly match the solid style you’re trying to stick with. So, being an artist myself, I went ahead and made a set. I knew I’d need a light, a vacuum, filter, pump, swimming, pool… Hopefully that wasn’t too presumptuous of me, and I’d love to see them included if you’re OK with them. I made them all with a screenshot of your icons for reference, and tried to keep them scaled similarly, etc., and I made each one its own .svg file (with blue box for preview purposes, that you can remove if you choose to use them.
It’s on the hit list. Nothing to announce at the moment.
What kind of device are you viewing your dashboards on? If you’re using Fully Kiosk Browser, there are integrations for both SmartThings and Hubitat. You could then use the Fully Kiosk Browser ‘thing’ in your rules to navigate to different dashboards.
So you could create a dashboard that shows your camera ‘fullscreen’ by making it take up most of the dashboard space… then have a rule that switches you back and forth from that dashboard based on whatever events you desire.
Here’s a thread showing the concept of using a dashboard to display media ‘fullscreen’. In this particular example, they also wanted some controls near the video feed for controlling their flood lights. Same concept could apply to a door lock or other devices that you might want to control while viewing the feed:
When you tap on the color picker, it will toggle the light on/off by default. And you now have a tile setting of choosing what happens when you tap on the tile - open the color picker/dimmer or toggle the light. We’ve also added a new long-press action that brings up the color picker/dimmer.
The latest SharpTools.iobeta includes support for choosing icons and colors for each device state (for a number of device types). If you are already part of our beta program, you can find details on the new feature in the following post in the private Beta Testers category: