What I have yet to figure out is how to get the basic trash can and the landscape can to be shown with less space between them. It appears as if there is enough space between those 2 cans to show the recycle can and since its set to false it is not shown onscreen , but there is a blank space between the cans for it to fit.
I want the 2 cans centered and with less space between them.
Here is the current spacing
I also needed to change the date on each of the cans within the same MagicMirror/config/config.js file
Please note the date format in the config should be DD.MM.YYYY, the only format making sense
If you were testing this on 11.11.2019, the month and day commutable
@DeanoNoire Thats not how the default dates in the MagicMirror/config/config.js were listed from what I recall. They were/are MM.DD.YYYY.
Here is the sample entry that is on the github repository and it lists 24.10.2019 which has to be MM:DD:YYYY. There is no 24th month.
enableBasic: true, // Enable basic trashcan basicStartDate: "24.10.2019", // The first dumpster day (Always use 2 digit dates (01 instead of 1)) basicDateDiff_1: 14, // Trashday reoccurance - Default: 14 (every 14 days) basicNotifyDayBefore: true, //Default: true - If you want the notification to appear also the day before the dumpster day enablePlastic: true, // Same values as basic but for Plastic plasticStartDate: "16.01.2019", plasticDateDiff_1: 28, plasticNotifyDayBefore: true, enableLandscape: false, // Same values as basic but for Landscape landscapeStartDate: "29.10.2019", landscapeDateDiff_1: 28, landscapeNotifyDayBefore: true,
@BD0G That would be playing with the width of the elements in the css file. I will check the options of making it a config key as well. But later today - just got to work
Thanks for all the ideas and work done!
@DeanoNoire Just saw that! Thanks!
Error in spelling of the word clone in the instructions. Its spelled colne.
@BD0G Exactly: 24 = DD, 10=MM, 2019=YYYY, so 24.10.2019 is DD.MM.YYYY, an European standard format
What I quoted from your post: 11.13.2019 is not applicable as there is no 13th month
var startDateYear = startDate.substring(6,10);
var startDateMonth = startDate.substring(3,5);
var startDateDay = startDate.substring(0,2);
That’s the exact code that cuts the date to year, month and day variables, so day is the first two numbers, month are another two numbers and year are last four numbers
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@DeanoNoire Ahh , thats what is causing the issue.
US Format is Month:Day:Year and not
the European Standard Day:Month:Year.
i thought i had it working but no,all the icons show up ok but i can’t get them showing on the correct days,either all or basic.
what did you change on the date?both entries look the same to me,also,did you leave the entry at false?does it still show on the expected day?