Thanks, I got a new API key and it fired right up! Weird.
Yeah, shit happens. Glad we got you up and running.
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@Fozi Is there a wiring diagram for this? I know where the wires on my pi are and there two wires running to the sensor but where are they connected on the actual sensor?
Any help on what I should check next?
Yes, your apiKey. I just used your config entry above and inserted my apiKey and it fired right up. Please check that your apiKey is entered correctly. There is no error in your config entry.
Please let me know
I think this is what you are looking for.
Get a price here. I don’t know how it compares to what you’ve already seen.
Personally, I’d stay away from the “film” stuff. I don’t think you’d be very happy dealing with it or the result.
To show more events in a cell, just set bigger
slotMaxHeight. And shrinking the font-size and height of event element could be help.
But anyway, Usual MagicMirror Screen has not so enough space to show many events with Table Views(
week view). Even normal Desktop calendar programs like Google Calendar MS-Office or Apple Calendar couldn’t show too many events in a cell.
Maybe you can make show 5 or 6 events in a day cell. But What about 7 events or 8 events? It could not be solved at last.
Auto-scroll could be the ideal solution, but RPI has not enough power to maintain so many scrolling effects. (Maybe RPI4 could have enough power but many ppl also are using even RPI0)
However, you want it, use
MMM-CalendarExt instead. It has that feature but will be very slow.
Another possible approach would be to filter and/or to sort events to show. Some of the events will not be more important than others to show in that view. You can filter unimportant events not to show, Or at least, you can sort them to hide.