Version Update 1.0.3
Added an option for rotating data. So now the module takes up far less mirror real estate yet you still get the same information. Of course, you can still use the static mode, in which case, the module is visually unchanged.
Click on the animated gif below for a more pleasing view:
Do a git pull in your MMM-Lunartic directory or install as per the readme.
MagicMirror module for Rijks gallery. This was developed using the Rijksmuseum API.
Rijksmuseum is located in Amsterdam. It provide API to use its public domain arts freely.
A MagicMirror module that beeps your iPhone and tells you its location.
How many times have you misplaced your iPhone? You know it’s around there somewhere! Do you ask someone to call your phone? What if no one is there to help you? And what if your iPhone is on mute. That doesn’t make finding it any easier. And what if you really lost your iPhone, or even worse, someone stole it?
This module will send loud beeps to your iPhone, even if it’s on mute, and will tell you it’s location.
I’ve disabled the “distance” feature temporarily. The data for that is not always reliable. However, the “location” feature seems 99% accurate.
As of right now, it requires the ability to click, whether by mouse or touch. I’ve got some ideas that I’m considering for that.
@Vauxdvihl said in MMM-SunRiseSet:
May be you can add some pinhead showing lat / lng.
And maybe there could be some possibilit of zooming.
I really don’t have any plans to do anything more with MMM-SunRiseSet. Please feel free to try anything you like with it. I’ll honor any PR’s that you send to the repo.
You can make the image larger or smaller via config and css. Zooming is quite another matter. Be aware that the images are renderings, not actual satellite imagery.
@dherl0623 said in MMM-History:
Simple thing would be to increase rotation time.
Default is rotateInterval: 20 * 1000 in milliseconds. So it is set to 20 seconds.
In your config.js try this and play around with the timing to adjust to your needs:
rotateInterval: 60 * 1000 // 60 seconds
I hadn’t noticed that the API was deprecated for this module. Another user was kind enough to bring it to my attention and yet another user was kind enough to issue a PR that I merged immediately. So, to those millions of people using this module, it is now functional once again.