New features have been added to https://tesla-screen.com by user request:
You can now activate/deactivate climate and defrost using two new buttons in the interior temperature card.
This was prompted by a user that wished to pre-condition his vehicle from a PC at work. It is also useful if you want to quickly toggle the settings without needing to go into the climate screen.
Thank you CST!
The login page still has a typo - "Tesa" instead of "Tesla".
> This site is intended for use from your Tesa's web browser.
I'm very reluctant to give login credentials to a 3rd party app.
I am much more reluctant when the app has poor grammar or spelling, as then it looks like a scam email.
However, I've seen plenty of positive comments on the Tesla forums about tesla-screen.com, so I think I'll give it a try.
@dave: I just use the API token instead of the full login credentials.
Thanks @derotam. But the https://token.tesla-screen.com page also requires the Tesla login, doesn't it?
I REALLY want them to change the "Night" screen; dark grey letters on a black background at night is just idiotic!
@Dave, did you read the description on that page? Look at the page source...it posts straight to the tesla servers.
@Dave, you can do it yourself using a script and windows powershell or other ways in linux...just have to use google. I have a script around somewhere.
Thanks @derotam, I was looking it that, using Chrome Developer Tools to see the HTTP traffic and capture the token.
I'd like to see your script if you are willing to share it.
@ dorotam I would also like to see your code.
And I'll ask: is Tampermonkey useful here at all?
Phew, I found the original reference...I hate posting code without original source... https://tesla-info.com/carinfo.html
Scroll to the bottom of the site for the script and windows instructions. This site is doing the same thing as what CST is doing with his tesla-screen site.
@dave - thanks for the spelling report, I'll get that fixed this morning.