I’d use this in my config.js for the calendar module’s config:
dateFormat: "h:mm a", // This sets the string to time only
timeFormat: "absolute", // only shows times normally.
getRelative: 0, // lowers the limit for absolute time to zero - no relative.
urgency: 0, // makes sure it stays absolute.
I do believe that changing the dateFormat to “H:mm” will go 24 hour.
@patbu - You’ll need to modify the index.html to add the new objects to the basic display code. A little searching around the forum should show you the exact code. I know you’re not the first person to try it.
I don’t know where I could ask this, but does anyone having problems displaying local fonts (like: ő, ú, ö and others). If I’m right the original fonts (Roboto maybe?) includes this fonts, but somehow the mirror will display it with another fonts (looks a little bit ugly).
If the original font includes it, why it is not working for me? If not, how I could add another font which includes this and use it in MagicMirror globally?
Default Display Size = Control and 0 (That’s a zero)
Zoom In = Control and Shift and = (That’s an equals sign)
Zoom Out = Control and - (That’s a dash/minus sign)
@j-e-f-f Your suggestions worked well…thanks! It took me a while to get the localhost access working, but I can now view my MM2.5 using my Chrome web browser and then using the inspector to find displayed items I want to change. Thanks again!
Your English is fine
That’s because there is no class called .departureDelay
You can fork his branch and add .departureDelay to the className or you can ask the author to add it.
Then your className would work if you need more help with this I would be happy to help you if you don’t understand what I’m saying
I need to re-use a VLC window while using MagicMirror, but although I choosed the ‘Always On Top’ option in VLC MM keeps staying in front of it?
Can I know please @MichMich how to change this setting in MagicMirror?
Sorry, board works so well I haven’t touched for over a year. Didn’t realize that people were still interested.
I edited my post with my mess of a custom CSS, but yes I just force the width of the columns.
In the custom CSS if you add width: 550px; to one item for each column it will force it to that width and draw the line the full width. 550px seems to work well with 1920 width and the default pad / margins.