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So, I ended up changing to MMM-MyCalendar, because of this.
The bug appears to be that the “calendar” module is processing repeating events for itself, rather than using the event as I have it, and getting that all wrong.
For example, I have a monthly meeting (except July) repeated out, with July removed. It shows (on the day before) in July anyway.
I literally stopped watching the video when he kept harping on the importance of buying a pi with pre installed OS. if you don’t have the skills to flash a raspberry pi you don’t have the skills to do the rest of this build. It’s not rocket surgery.
I didnt have a problem using a PIR for the five that I built. It was over two years ago so I’d have to check the exact code I used. But if I remember correctly I couldn’t get the tvservice function to work. I will happily share if you are intrested.
Depending on where you live, you may have a community workshop/maker space nearby. Some libraries have them, too. I’m sure you could get a day pass and get everything done relatively quickly if you came prepared.
That being said- you wouldn’t need to spend much on tools for such a straightforward project if you are willing to keep the design simple . Home Depot sells a basic mitre box with a saw for under $10. Glue, sandpaper, nails, a hammer, wood filler and paint are all you would really need. If you are ok with painting the frame, it is something you can easily do with barely any tools and no experience.
If you want it to be wood grain, that requires a lot more precision, experience and skill. It is something that could still be done with basic tools, but the tolerances are a lot less forgiving. Even with a good set of tools, I struggle with making perfect frames.
Bottom line- don’t let the frame keep you from doing this project! If you get the basic tools, just buy some extra wood and practice. The extra cost would be pretty negligible.
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Hi all, well after countless trying ive given up and now asking for help. my MM is working perfect and the only troubling issue in my top_right section, i have a few things in there under the config but i would like to extend the left border of my top_right a little more left if thats possible. i have too much open space from the center to the right side. i will not be resizing fonts using the shift+ +/- any longer so that wont be an issue is manually adjusted. thanks all in advance and have a look here what im refering to
I just want to add, that using pm2 flush in a script (for restart purposes) may not work as expected. The next operation will start immediately, before flush completes, and thus the new thread will already start writing to the file, blocking it from getting cleared.
You need to wait for the entire thread to finish, like this:
pm2 flush; pm2 start mm; echo "this doesn't clear the logs";
pm2 flush && pm2 start mm; echo "now it works";
I’ve just overhauled the installer script.
It now checks if Node needs to be upgraded or installed and gives a bit more visual feedback. It will also prevent overwriting older installations.
If you can, please test it and let me know if it works for you.
I have an API on my website which retrieves the latest version directly from the NodeJS website.
Feel free to use it: http://api.jordidepoortere.com/nodejs-latest/
Example usage in the script:
NODE_LATEST=$(curl -l http://api.jordidepoortere.com/nodejs-latest/)