I have the cursor app working, but need a mini-menu at the top to select which of the apps are visible and active.
Way too many things to display with this neat program.
I’ll probably use it using VNC viewer remotely.
A simple monitor, no fancy mirror.
The complexibility and flexibility of this program are AMAZING.
Help me before I go back to PiPresents!
Thanks Bo W4GHV
Any ham radio apps appreciated too.
I was thinking about that but the documentation indicates where something is required. I had all of the options added but that didn’t work either. I am running the Mirror Server. Would that make a difference?
My first mirror was with two-way acrylic and I would recommend glass instead. After I assembled my frame, the wood expanded in the humidity and pushed the acrylic on the sides, giving it a slight funhouse mirror effect.
I have the TomTomTraffic module running in a split Upper Third container.
When I attempted to resize the map using custom.css file, it would not take.
I tried calling the module itself
but did not change. It is currently doing 400px x 400px.
When I look at the developer mode and drill down I can see the element style is overriding everything else but have no clue how to code this in css so looking for a bit of help.
Sorry for the delayed answer.
If I type “PJXC” into a search engine (e.g. google) I got the stock for Pedrobras. I thought the “.F” delivers the stock value for the stock exchange for Frankfurt…
@sdetweil said in Creating a text box that scrolls continuously horizontally:
which is the whole point of the scroll , yes? otherwise u just display it…
Thank you very much unfortunately I don’t have the technical skills to convert or adapt any of the existing modules to do this.
@sdetweil Good to note that it don’t always work, FWIW… like it don’t help my situation, but, I only have to restart once in a great while now, so, I don’t see it nearly as much… now if I could get OMX to stop freezing so I don’t have to restart it every half hour ( not a magic mirror problem, Running it on top of MM to avoid RTSPStream bugs)
@jordes said in MMM-Energy-Saver - an easy way to suspend/resume modules based on a PIR sensor.:
how should the MMM-Pir-Sensor be set up for this module to work?
This is my code:
// See 'Configuration options' for more information.
// ... whatever configuration options you want to use
This is how I have mine set up:
powerSaving: false // Should the monitor be turned off if no user is present? (via HDMI or relay)
just wanted to tell you that I am using devel and https works fine
it took me some time to understand this:
and ofcourse in config also add tls: true
let me know if this turns out to be correct
as soon as I did this it started working
Hmm. Interesting idea.
Work has given me an RSA security fob which provides a 2FA code all the time. For my personal use, I use the Yubico Authenticator both on PC and mobile, but I’ve used Google’s and Microsoft’s mobile app before.
There’s not really a practical difference between displaying the rolling code on a mirror and having the app taking up space on my desktop. I know nothing about how the 2FA apps are implemented so I don’t know where to begin on making a module for it.
Sounds like a neat project.
@emailuser said in IR Overlay - pulling hair out !:
DISPLAY=:0 xrandr --output HDMI-1 --rotate left
Thanks Sam … but those instructions are for a touchscreen – i have an IR USB overlay which enables touch on the screen ,
as an example on the instruction
Enter sudo nano /etc/modules at the command prompt to edit the file. Go to the line for the ads7846_device parameters and move the cursor to the right to find it: - i dont have that in that file