How do i fix the clock in the top right corner, at the moment it is floating so moves up and down for some reason and is rather inset. This gives an unpleasant aesthetic so id rather the clock was fixed in place. I have attached the current CSS below. Any help is greatly appreciated
Now issue the following command to start MagicMirror in development mode.
npm start dev
This will start MagicMirror in a split screen layout. One side will be the Magic Mirror that you know and love, the other side will be the developer tools console.
Is this correct? I spent quite a bit of time trying to figure this out. Maybe it’s changed.
The developer tools console is surely just the browser console which is achieved by pressing F12.
When I tried the command:
npm start dev
What this did is direct debug messages into the shell where I typed the command, but didn’t change the display in the web browser. I just thought this might help other people following this guide, which is excellent!
@sdetweil bullet worked perfectly, but I just found out after trying your sitting Google assistant when it loaded it put the clock right back in the center so Google assistant was taking over the top bar. Now I have another problem lol
But it worked. That’s the only thing I didn’t try was position absolute
thanks for your help I appreciate it
I can’t figure out how to size the whole MMM-Weather image module. On one of my screens it fits perfectly on the other larger screen it overwrites the calendar times. How do I manage to reduce the overall size of the MMM-Weather module image?
@MMRIZE No rush 🙂 I’ll be patient! CX2 + TimeLine is already sufficient and working for me. Still fiddling with transformation of calendar events, like stripping names from titles because they are redundant in my TimeLine setup: one row for each family member and colors per family member etc
I personally like the static mode of the TimeLine better because I always want to see the entire day (until like 10pm or so). So in dynamic mode, I would still have to show “15 hours” or so, because at 7am I still want to see if there’s an appointment until 10pm…