MM-Navbar - Navigation Bar for Touchscreens to hide/show modules
@in_a_days put the names you want in an array, like so:
var exceptClasses = ["clock", "weather", "calendar"]; //The list of modules you want to keep. MM.getModules().exceptModule(this).exceptWithClass(exceptClasses).enumerate( // Here the other code );
@tosti007 hi, i tested using var exceptClasses as mentioned by you, it works perfectly as required for me. Thanks a lot for your suggestion.
As mentioned from @tosti007 he wrote a module that uses the ProfileSwitcher.
I will also continue on this project when i got the time for it.
I plan on adding some configurable variables, like which modules should be included as a button and a config-section where u can define an icon from Font-Awesome. That should handle a few problems with which u came up here.
But this will take me some time. So keep patient, i’m working.
var symbolName = "paper-plane"; var symbolContainer = document.createElement("span"); symbolContainer.className = "fa fa-" + symbolName;
@tosti007 Something like this is what i’m thinking about
Hi, I’m using your MMM module bar to switch my modules on and off.
What I don’t understand is how I switch between 2 modules.
So if I press a button, I want to switch off one module and another ON. Both are in the same position (‘middle_center’).
Or do I need another module?
Thank you for your help.