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MMM-Spotify


  • Module Developer

    @larrougos
    It seems MMM-AssistantMk2’s commands.
    You made some mistakes.

    This is somewhat similar what you want.

    "SPOTIFY_MA_PLAYLIST": {
      notificationExec: {
        notification: "SPOTIFY_PLAY",
        payload: "spotify:playlist:1EaTnmluBfauzzcOdjebNG"
      }
    }
    

    notificationExec cannot emit multiple notifications. It will emit just one - In your case, the last “SPOTIFY_NEXT” would be emitted. that’s why your issue happened.

    If you want to emit several notifications, use MMM-NotificationTrigger to relay and chain notifications. Or you can use moduleExec to make some logics. (Anyway that is not the point).

    And SPOTIFY_SHUFFLE is just toggle flag for current status, so it will not guarantee to be a shuffle mode.



  • @Sean said in MMM-Spotify:

    @larrougos
    It seems MMM-AssistantMk2’s commands.
    You made some mistakes.

    This is somewhat similar what you want.

    "SPOTIFY_MA_PLAYLIST": {
      notificationExec: {
        notification: "SPOTIFY_PLAY",
        payload: "spotify:playlist:1EaTnmluBfauzzcOdjebNG"
      }
    }
    

    notificationExec cannot emit multiple notifications. It will emit just one - In your case, the last “SPOTIFY_NEXT” would be emitted. that’s why your issue happened.

    If you want to emit several notifications, use MMM-NotificationTrigger to relay and chain notifications. Or you can use moduleExec to make some logics. (Anyway that is not the point).

    And SPOTIFY_SHUFFLE is just toggle flag for current status, so it will not guarantee to be a shuffle mode.

    ok!! thats a start! can you please help me with that! i mean how this should have a proper syntax! i would really appreciate.

    Also another problem that i have is that if spotify is not already playing in the background i am not able to play anything. whatever command i give. and the frontend does not even show the spotify logo. it just disappears on after one sec on start.


  • Module Developer

    @larrougos

    Also another problem that i have is that if spotify is not already playing in the background i am not able to play anything. whatever command i give. and the frontend does not even show the spotify logo. it just disappears on after one sec on start.

    In that case, maybe, the module cannot find available active devices. It doesn’t mean you have no device. But by default, Spotify doesn’t know which device is yours unless it is powered and logged as your account.
    So at least one of your devices need to be activated when this SDK is used. I recommend to install Raspotify, that could makes your spotify always on.



  • @Sean said in MMM-Spotify:

    @larrougos

    Also another problem that i have is that if spotify is not already playing in the background i am not able to play anything. whatever command i give. and the frontend does not even show the spotify logo. it just disappears on after one sec on start.

    In that case, maybe, the module cannot find available active devices. It doesn’t mean you have no device. But by default, Spotify doesn’t know which device is yours unless it is powered and logged as your account.
    So at least one of your devices need to be activated when this SDK is used. I recommend to install Raspotify, that could makes your spotify always on.

    i am running from ubuntu laptop with Spotify application! i tried with raspotify to install but from what i understood it does not support the laptop arch!



  • First of all thanks for the module and the effort you put in it.

    @Sean said in MMM-Spotify:

    updated

    1.1.0 (2019-03-25)

    • Device Limitation : Now you can allow or limit devices to display its playing on MM.

    One question regarding the device limitation: if I leave it empty, the module shows the cover etc. as it should. If I try to limit it to my echo dot with

     allowDevices: ["myechodot"],
    

    the spotify logo appears if I start playback on the echo dot, but no cover etc. is shown. Any hints?


  • Module Developer

    @rabbit83ka
    When you play something on your echodot, nothing been displayed?



  • @Sean
    If I comment out

    //allwoeDevices: ["myechodot" ]
    

    it shows the album cover/etx/progress etc. when I play something on my echo dot. With

     allowDevices: ["myechodot"],
    

    the spotify logo appears when something is played on the echodot, but no cover/text/progress etc. is shown.



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  • I have the following recipies:

    var recipe = {
    
      transcriptionHook: {
    
        HIDE_ALL_MODULES: {
          pattern: "standby mode",
          command: "HIDEMODULES"
        },
        SHOW_ALL_MODULES: {
          pattern: "show modules",
          command: "SHOWMODULES"
        },
        SCREEN_ON: {
          pattern: "turn on screen",
          command: "SCREENON"
        },
        SCREEN_OFF: {
          pattern: "turn off screen",
          command: "SCREENOFF"
        },
        REBOOT: {
          pattern: "reboot the mirror",
          command: "REBOOT"
        },
        SHUTDOWN: {
          pattern: "extinction totale",
          command: "SHUTDOWN"
        },
        STOP_PLAY: {
          pattern: "stop the video", // this is for youtube but it is preferable to have youtubeAutoplay: false, when running spotify so you don't get interaction with youtube player. 
          command: "STOP_VID"
        },
    
        SPOTIFY_PREVIOUS: {
          pattern: "previous song",
          command: "SPOTIFY_PREVIOUS"
        },
        SPOTIFY_PAUSE: {
          pattern : "stop the music",
          command: "SPOTIFY_PAUSE"
        },
        SPOTIFY_PLAY: {
          pattern : "music please",
          command: "SPOTIFY_PLAY"
        },
          SPOTIFY_NEXT: {
          pattern: "next song",
          command: "SPOTIFY_NEXT"
        },
        SPOTIFY_VOLUME: {
          pattern: "set music volume to ([0-9]{1,2}[0]?|100)",
          command: "SPOTIFY_VOLUME"
        },
        SPOTIFY_SEARCH: {
          pattern: "play (.*) on Spotify",
          command: "SPOTIFY_SEARCH"
        },
        SPOTIFY_SEARCH_PLAYLIST: {
          pattern: "playlist (.*) on Spotify",
          command: "SPOTIFY_SEARCH_PLAYLIST"
          },
      	SPOTIFY_MA_PLAYLIST: {
        	pattern: "(.*) my playlist",   // (.*)  is an action  eg: play my playlist / run my playlist etc... 
        	command: "SPOTIFY_MA_PLAYLIST"
      	},
      	SPOTIFY_TRANSFER: {
        	pattern: "play the music on (.*)", // (.*)  is the name of your device
        	command: "SPOTIFY_TRANSFER"
      	},
        VOLUME_UP: {
          pattern: "volume up",
          command: "CMD_VOLUME_UP"
        },
        VOLUME_DOWN: {
          pattern: "volume down",
          command: "CMD_VOLUME_DOWN"
        },
        SET_VOLUME: {
          pattern: "set master volume to ([0-9]{1,2}[0]?|100)",
          command: "CMD_VOLUME_SET"
        }
      },
    
      command: {
    
        STOP_VID: {
          moduleExec: {
            module: ["MMM-AssistantMk2"],
            exec: (module, params, key) => {
              module.assistant.subdom.youtube.innerHTML = ""; 
              module.assistant.subdom.youtube.style.display = "none";
              module.youtubePlaying = false;
            }
          }
        },
        SPOTIFY_TRANSFER: {
          notificationExec: {
            notification: "SPOTIFY_TRANSFER",
            payload: (params) => {
              console.log("SPOTIFY_TRANSFER @",params)
              return params[1];
            }
          }
        },
        SPOTIFY_PAUSE: {
          notificationExec: {
            notification: "SPOTIFY_PAUSE"
          }
        },
    
        SPOTIFY_PLAY: {
          notificationExec: {
            notification: "SPOTIFY_PLAY"
          }
        },
      	SPOTIFY_MA_PLAYLIST: {
          notificationExec:  {
      	    notification: "SPOTIFY_PLAY",
      	    payload: (params) => {
      	      console.log("SPOTIFY_MA_PLAYLIST")
                return {
                  context_uri:"spotify:playlist:0ka8HWt4xXcnTK5OpOuN2k",   // Uri of a personnal playlist or album
                }
            },
      	    notification: "SPOTIFY_SHUFFLE",  // added this to toogle shuffle
      	    notification: "SPOTIFY_NEXT" // added this to not always have the same song starting first 
      	    }
      	},		       
      	SPOTIFY_NEXT: {
          notificationExec: {
            notification: "SPOTIFY_NEXT"
          }
        },
        SPOTIFY_PREVIOUS: {
          notificationExec: {
            notification: "SPOTIFY_PREVIOUS"
          }
        },
        SPOTIFY_VOLUME: {
          notificationExec: {
            notification: "SPOTIFY_VOLUME",
            payload: (params) => {
              console.log("SPOTIFY_VOLUME @",params)
              return params[1];
            }
          }
        },
      	SPOTIFY_SEARCH: {
          notificationExec: {
            notification: "SPOTIFY_SEARCH",
              payload: (params) => {
                console.log("SPOTIFY_SEARCH @",params)
                return {
                  type: "artist,track,album,playlist",
                  query: params[1],
                  random:false,
                }
              }
          }
        },
      	SPOTIFY_SEARCH_PLAYLIST: {
          notificationExec: {
            notification: "SPOTIFY_SEARCH",
              payload: (params) => {
                console.log("SPOTIFY_SEARCH_PLAYLIST @",params)
                return {
                  type: "playlist",
                  query: params[1],
                  random:true,
                }
              }
          }
        },
        CMD_VOLUME_UP: {
          notificationExec: {
            notification: "VOLUME_UP"
          }
        },
        CMD_VOLUME_DOWN: {
          notificationExec: {
            notification: "VOLUME_DOWN"
          }
        },
        CMD_VOLUME_SET: {
          notificationExec: {
            notification: "VOLUME_SET",
            payload: (params, key) => {
              console.log("@", params);
              return params[1];
            }
          }
        },
      }
    }
    
    exports.recipe = recipe // Don't remove this line.
    

    However, the

        SPOTIFY_PLAY: {
          pattern : "music please",
          command: "SPOTIFY_PLAY"
        },
    

    Doesn’t work. It recognizes the command, but nothing happens. Playback from the mirror (raspotify) doesn’t happen. If I switch the source from my desktop/phone spotify app to Raspotify, then everything is fine (e.g. I renamed the player from Raspotify to MagicMirror if that matters).

    There are no errors in the logs as far as I can see.

    Any thoughts?


  • Module Developer

    @Ivanov_d
    Only that command doesn’t work? Other’s OK?
    Raspotify should be already running when you use this module. (This module cannot boot up Raspotify itself)