Right. Those ‘extra’ devices only show when you go through the manual authorization process. Once you hit ‘Done’ on that page displaying the ‘extra’ categories, it should automatically sync the devices over to SharpTools in the background.
The downside to this is if you proceed through the web-based authorization, those ‘extra’ devices get dropped. See the instructions here for more details.
Edit: Alternatively, you could add an arbitrary supported capability to the device and it will show up in the main authorization list (eg. capability "PresenceSensor" or capability "TemperatureSensor") even though it doesn’t actually report that value. This is more of a ‘hack’, but some people prefer this approach.
If those issues existed prior to your modification or persist after reverting your modification, I would post in the driver author’s original thread. Otherwise I would have to see exactly what your modification looks like as just adding a single capability definition shouldn’t break things like that.
If you’re using a Hero Attribute, I suspect it’s probably the ‘units’ that are reported. You can override those with a blank space to remove them.
If it’s a Hero Attribute tile, you could use the State Mapping feature.
I would reiterate that if you’re primarily looking to display things on a dashboard, I’m happy to look into adding this to the custom weather tile or as a standalone AQI tile with default color coding.
The revelation came in the middle of the night. I fixed it.
Sometime in the day, I had noticed that there was an update to Hubitat available, and later performed the update. I doubt that new hub code fixed it, but rather the reboot of the hub. I’ll confess to the author too.
Yes, State Mapping came in the middle of the night too. It will do the job for me.
Including AQI in the custom weather tile would be a nice addition. AQI has become part of our daily life here because of the many forest fires in the region. A few days ago, Seattle had the worst pollution of any city in the world. It’s serious stuff when the government advises you to stop breathing!