nope, Api don’t return any info about this … sorry
How far will he stop ?
I don’t stop, and working already around another module !
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Added a new function in v0.4. See first post…
@BKeyport Oh! Good point! I’ll fix that. Thank you!
One minor note - in your readme on github, there’s no install instructions. I’d add that…
Seems to be good otherwise.
@feigi Yes, as @sdetweil said, I’m not using a “node_helper” at all. It’s not needed for the player. It looks like it’s loading as it should. If you don’t see the video, try putting it in another region just to see if it plays. I have only tested the player on my mirror (Ubuntu server with XFCE desktop on a Intel NUC machine) and on a Ubuntu server (running in a container (LXC) then accessing the mirror from a Windows 10 machine in Chrome). And both of them are working… But I can imagine that the RPi may struggle…
@hango: yes that why i have planned to coding mine…
Calendar default module is really so bugy for me …
0|MagicMirror | [2020-10-25 21:17:41.162] [LOG] Use existing calendar fetcher for url: https://calendar.google.com/calendar/ical/XXXX.ics 0|MagicMirror | [2020-10-25 21:17:41.164] [INFO] Calendar-Fetcher: Broadcasting 5 events. 0|MagicMirror | [2020-10-25 21:17:41.715] [INFO] Calendar-Fetcher: Broadcasting 5 events.
and some timethere is 3 broadcasts … result 2 or 3 updates on mirror
I don’t know really what they do with this modules… and I will NOT correct it !
In all case, it’s horrible
Nope, after DTS to STD switch for me the weekly recuring events are with plus one day.
In my web version for iPad I use the old calendar module (MM v.1) and the days are right.
After three updates there are still problems, and if no solution is found for this module, for me it is very simple, I will use the old one. I’m also thinking about the other users who don’t know programming, probably after a lot of problems they will give up the project, as @bugsounet said, there are many bugs in main core but also in modules. Too many contributors put their fingers where they thought they knew how to fix the bugs.
I don’t want to get into a controversy with anyone and I know that it is a project made in the free time of each contributor, but I would prefer to deal with developers those who really know programming and how things are done properly, I’m tired of amateurs.
P.S. v 2.11 works great, after that is all mess up!
@sdetweil ok, thanks. I’m trying to solve this by save the timestamp in a file with
Thanks @Blauenfeldt, but that’s not what I’m looking for. Thanks anyway.