It will work if you can “click” it. Some people use Bluetooth keyboards. In any event, it would only be necessary when you were actually looking for your iPhone. I’m thinking about trying to implement a voice command to do the clicking. Thus, no need for touch or clicking.
If your friends were to give you their iCloud username and password you would only be able to find their phone and beep it, and only one, as the module stands.
It’s odd that noone else seems to have the translation problem.
However, I have just pushed a PR including a promise.catch function in case translation does not work.
This module still only works with the “manipulated” google-translate-api" for me.
Love your module, @cowboysdude . Many great facts received in recent months.
@mykle1 said in MMM-MARS:
I don’t know the reason the data is absent. It may be because of the government shutdown, it may not. Personally, I don’t think that is the case. I had to go back to September in the query of the API for daily images. That just won’t do. You can change the date in the query yourself (retaining format) and see for yourself. There are months of no data at all leading up to today
I now know the reason the data for Opportunity Rover suddenly stopped some months ago, as my self-quote states.
A sad day, but inspiring nonetheless.
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.