Those SVGs are for the built in flags. I figured it would be “download and place the file in the module directory” for the custom flags… Like I have “world.jpg” and “washington.png” (or is it the other way).
Just make sure the flag image is square, and use “altflag” rather than “flag” with the filename of the image file, and it’ll pick it up.
(the requirements are hopefully temporary for the alternate flag image, I’m working on learning CSS in my spare time, and how to fix the image insert later)
I know this is an old thread but I am back again having issues. It stopped working for me and Ive been able to get all codes to work up until the permanent code. When I do this it only says data and nothing else.
Shown below. I never get a permanent access code. Even with the long live one my counter is still at zero.
@BKeyport going to jump in here as for some reason I’m really interested in getting this set up on my MM2. Once I get my calendar finished I am going to be happy with trial running and then building my mount and display for installation.
I’ve reduced your code down to get rid of the seahawk details. Any reason why my calendar isnt showing anything
Here is a snapshot from google calendar
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Here is whats shown on my MM
Also, I edited the MMM-CalendarExt2.css file to remove/replace with what you showed, though I didnt notice any difference after I reloaded (since mine is also portrait vs landscape)
I am working on including IEX Cloud API. Have been successful for quotes.
However the API has a limit for their free tier (as they all have) and requesting historic prices comsumes a LOT of usage quota.
For the charts to show we need this historical data however.
I am considering using both sources for the different purposes (i.e. IEX for quotes and AV for historic data).
So users would need 2 API keys for the complete module or one if they don’t want to see the chart.
If anyone has a better idea and knowledge about the API, let me know!