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  • RE: Hello-Lucy installation troubles

    @SSkull995 said in Hello-Lucy installation troubles:

    First, forgive me. This entire issue was my fault.

    I recently added some defaults to the checkCommands.json file and left a trailing comma at the end of the file. I’ve corrected the problem, tested it and pushed the corrected file to the repo. To clear the SyntaxError: Unexpected token ] in JSON at position 6643 error, following this instruction.

    Do a git pull in the Hello-Lucy directory.

    Please advise on the result. 🙂

    posted in Troubleshooting
  • RE: MMM-Lunartic

    @Egnos

    Well, first a question. Does it work with the default config entry after you’ve done the temporary fix?

    posted in Education
  • RE: Hello-Lucy installation troubles

    @SSkull995 said in Hello-Lucy installation troubles:

    This occurs only when I put the module in config.js, but I don’t know where the error is

    I see. I just did an install on a new machine and encountered the same error. I’m looking into it. Even my working Lucy installation is suffering the same error. Weird.

    posted in Troubleshooting
  • RE: MMM-CalendarExt2

    @BKeyport
    https://www.dropbox.com/s/3jvy3hlz5pdwmi9/mm_cx2_align.png?dl=0
    As you can see in the bottom region, module header will respect the region align itself by default.
    Usually, if you want to override the align of module header of a specific module, you can just do like this;

    .MMM-CalendarExt2 header.module-header {
      text-align:center;
    }
    

    This CalendarExt2 is using a trick of fake-module for each view, so above CSS rule would make module header of all views to text-align:center;

    If you want to specify the view in some region, Check this. (See the red titled view on the top right corner)

    .region.top.right .MMM-CalendarExt2 header.module-header {
      text-align:left;
      color:#F00;
      font-weight:bold;
    }
    

    Be careful about white-space between CSS selectors.

    posted in Utilities
  • RE: MMM-Lunartic

    @Egnos

    I’m surprised you even saw “When the Moon hits your eye…” at all.

    I don’t know where this came from --> pages: {Prova: “top_left”},

    This works:

    {
    			disabled: false,
    			module: 'MMM-Lunartic',
    			position: 'bottom_center', // Best in left, center, or right regions
    		//	pages: {Prova: "top_left"},
    			config: {
    				mode: "rotating", // rotating or static
    				image: "current", // animation, current, DayNight or static
    				distance: "miles", // miles or km
    				sounds: "yes", // howling wolf, only on a full moon
    				useHeader: false, // true if you want a header
    				header: "The Lunartic is in my head", // Any text you want
    				maxWidth: "300px",
    				animationSpeed: 0,
    				rotateInterval: 15000,
    					}
    		},
    
    posted in Education
  • RE: Hello-Lucy installation troubles

    From the readme

    Please complete all 3

    Open a terminal.

    git clone https://github.com/mykle1/Hello-Lucy into the ~/MagicMirror/modules directory

    Then
    cd Hello-Lucy/installers

    Then
    bash dependencies.sh

    posted in Troubleshooting
  • RE: MMM-CalendarExt2

    @Marcel1803

    views: [
      {
        mode: "daily",
        type: "row",
        position:"bottom_bar",
        slotCount: 5,
        ...
    

    Maybe some additional CSS adjusting might be needed for your environment, but basic concept is that.
    https://www.dropbox.com/s/oyc8y6qyuiclqia/cal.png

    posted in Utilities
  • RE: MMM-CalendarExt2

    @BKeyport
    @BKeyport
    what kind of title? event title like this?
    https://www.dropbox.com/s/qa0zow00cjs8hsf/a1.png?dl=0

    .CX2 .daily .eventTitle {
      text-align:center;
    }
    
    posted in Utilities
  • RE: Basic software on which your MagicMirror software plays

    I like Ubuntu. 👍

    posted in General Discussion
  • RE: Hello-Lucy installation troubles

    @SSkull995

    Ok, and thanks for bringing your issue here. It’s just easier to troubleshoot here than github.

    After installation, did you cd Hello-Lucy/installers and then run bash dependencies.sh in your terminal? You should not have to install any dependencies manually after that.

    Lucy does not recognize my microphone

    Did you follow the directions here?
    https://github.com/mykle1/Hello-Lucy/blob/master/piAudioSetup.md

    Please run this command in your terminal. arecord -ls and post the result here (in a code block).

    I saw you put the MM on a Windows machine

    All my machines are running Ubuntu

    Lucy (the holo) is an animated gif file. It doesn’t matter what platform you are running MagicMirror on. It will work. I will supply you with the gif but I have to warn you. A Pi will struggle to run that gif smoothly, if at all, and it will certainly be to the detriment of the Pi’s performance and almost certainly create a heat issue. You will already experience some lag just running Hello-Lucy on a Pi. However, the choice is yours.

    posted in Troubleshooting