How do you suggest I handle this? This seems like a major issue. I'm using a very common, widely-available low precip rate nozzle. If my warm season grass needs >1hr run time with this nozzle, then how do I give it that?
Switching to higher precip rate nozzles isn't an option. Manual adjustment isn't an option -- that defeats the entire reason I purchased Iro in the first place.
Can you guys increase the cap (say, 2hrs?). Or give me (user) a way to override the cap. Or if there is a better way, I'm all ears.
I re-traced my steps to reproduce and take some screenshots but now it's working like it should. Chalk this one up to user-error. Apologies for the false alarm.
[I really really hope you guys change the behavior for 2.0 so that any updates to zone parameters automatically update existing runtimes (rather than the way it is now, where it only affects runtime at WT time-of-creation). I know zone-parameter set-up should be a one-time thing, but in practice it isn't -- people make mistakes, or for people like me, they like to tweak to see how it affects things. It's very burdensome to have to delete and recreate all WTs from scratch every time a zone parameter gets changed. And even worse for your users who don't (but should). And from the looks of the posts on your forum, I'm not the only one!]