MMM-CountUP (COVID19 example)
I haven’t played with this module yet. Does it require a specific date format? “2020-04-01” can be written as “2020-01-04” depending on which country you’re using as a default format.
@bhepler The read me for this module shows the date format as YYYY-MM-DD so I entered 2020-03-16 because I wanted it to run from 16th March 2020 which up until today is 33 days, but it only shows 2 days on the Mirror?
@sdetweil Hi Sam - thanks for your continued interest in this - I tried the 2020-02-16 date but still showing 2 day??
@Bromley47 ok, so the problem is in default (showFullDate = false) he truncates the year/month/week count,
but does NOT adjust number of days… my original guess was wrong, so the date is the one u want to count from.
I have submitted a pull request to fix this…
|| bibaldo’s repo has integrated the fix i provided, I am closing my repo
|| May 8, 2020
when he merges my fix, you can git pull in the .original folder
rename them back and delete mine
I can only think the Magic Mirror is called by another name but how do I find that out?
pi@raspberrypi:~ $ pm2 restart mm
Use --update-env to update environment variables
[PM2][ERROR] Process or Namespace mm not found
@Bromley47 pm2 status will show the names… if u used my installation script it is call MagicMirror
you can also use the number pm2 restart 0
@Bromley47 so you didn’t use my repo with the fix?
@sdetweil id │ name │ mode │ ↺ │ status │ cpu │ memory │
│ 0 │ mmstart │ fork │ 0 │ online │ 0% │ 2.4mb │