I originally installed my hub in the UK and then moved it to France. I had trouble moving the pin in the map on the mobile app because the map refused to render most of the time, not sure what caused that but I eventually got lucky and managed to move it and it now shows very accurately on the Google map.
Funny thing though, the latitude and longitude coordinates listed as updated in the IDE are showing wrongly, both out by several minutes, although the sunrise/sunset times are accurate. Maybe I just don’t understand Google maps, but when I cut and paste the coordinates from the IDE into Google maps search, it shows the accurate location and the correct lat/longitude. So the search result shows the correct location even though I cut and paste the wrong location. Putting those coordinates in separately indicates a place in the nearby city about 30km away. It’s as though the IDE shows a part of the location coordinates but also somehow knows about an offset which is not displayed. And when you cut and paste into Google maps search it also understands there’s an offset.
If somebody understands these things then please can they put me out of my misery and tell me I am still sane? I’ve searched around topics on time zone and postal code confusion but can’t find anything that explains this weird coordinates result.