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@Clubjack and others,
I noticed this problem too.
For instance my birthday lasted 2 days ( only got presents once though) and my wedding-day is one day forward (which will upset my wife).
The entries were made using Google Calendar (so not a calendar app that synchronizes with Google).
I notice this since 2020, but that does not mean it did not happen before, could have overlooked it.
When I ran a test with a dummy entry, it worked fine.
When I toggle a „faulty“ entry from repeating to not repeating and then back to repeating, the entry is shown correct.
I collected some data and will post it when I sorted it out a bit.
@benjay Unfortunately the GIT status is still reporting issues (same as before)
those aren’t issues
the package-lock.json is generated by the npm install, so its new and changed.
the 0 is a bug from the installer once
and the core is some dump from npm/node crashing at some time.
all is good…
(git status in the MagicMirror folder should show the same output after reboot)
@sdetweil said in Calendar Doesn’t Honor custom.css for Background:
@ember1205 said in Calendar Doesn’t Honor custom.css for Background:
the Developer options with a real browser
electron is a real browser, so you can do this ON the mirror,
or from your desktop if the config parms allow remote system access.
I always forget that I can use local browser to view developer window
Now that you mention it, I have used the developer options directly on the appliance and should have remembered that. Thanks for the reminder!
@broberg said in Compliments - Multi Line not working?:
The \n gets converted to a whitespace in the textNode
I see a \n presented on the screen. whenever there is a \n in the compliment string.
as in “Hey there\n sexy!”
using the backtics, are supposed to allow line continuation across muiltiple lines AND encode a hex 10 (nl) char. but what a pain.
var msg=Hey there sexy
(note that this doesn’t show here on the forum either.)
it MAY be that the actual newline has to be encoded , NOT the text representation of the newline (’\n’)
the default compliment text strings contains whitespace, where are NOT converted to breaks. so I don’t understand
to test, I did nothing except install MM and edit the built in messages to add \n (two characters) in various places
i see the pre-line class, and read the description, but still haven’t figured out which nl they are discussing.
At first glance, I think you forgot to run the npm install in the proper directory during the upgrade. Try this:
pm2 stop all
The npm install command will take a while to run, so be patient. Let us know how it goes.
Sorry it’s in french but that can help you to test your sensor out of the magicmirror app directly in python