At the moment, the limit is global, as you’ve noticed. So you’ll have to figure out how to break it up on a per-calendar basis and figure out how to manage each one, how to determine if the user wants a global, or individual, how the individual one is setup, which calendar it applies to, etc., etc. Or maybe you will come up with a whole different method … 🙂
I’d tackle this, however my free time has been severely limited lately …
Hi, thanks for the suggestion but i’m not sure it will work. The description says: The webcamera needs to be connected to the Raspberry Pi via USB.
My camera in on another raspberry, so there is no way that this could work.
Anyway i’ll ask to the creator, maybe he knows how to make it work.
That doesn’t seem to be the issue for me, I actually deleted the calender module from the Config file because I didn’t want to use it. Everything seems to be running normal and all my code matches the files on github so I just don’t understand what’s going wrong
@fantonim , I’m very new to all of this, but couldn’t you just put multiple feeds into the config.js? Thats what I did with the MMM-Traffic Module (with different information for each one) and it displays two separate traffic modules. I also did this with the news module and have two news modules going at once. I don’t know if there’s any limitation to how many you could do, but it would be worth a shot.
Thank you @plumcraft and @tyho!
It is a bit of both. The module developer incorporating voice commands for his module will add a list of commands that he needs. For instance, ‘COUNT UNREAD; HOW MANY EMAILS?’. A dictionary is then generated automatically by the voice command module. The mirror will only understand count, unread, count unread, how many emails, emails (un-important words are ignored). @strawberry-3-141 and I have both been working on the module, and I would like to take his suggestion of adding regex matching as well.