I recently made my first MagicMirror² addon. I call it MMM-MagicMover, and prevents screen burn-in.
Installation and more information can be found here: https://github.com/Lavve/MMM-MagicMover
What it does is to randomly and smoothly move each section a couple of pixels up/down/left/right.
Suggestions for improvements are totally welcome.
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Hmm very usefull module here thanks.
It will come very handy once I’ve setup my daughter 24/7 smart mirror!
@Cr4z33 Thanks for feedback, and good luck with your daughters mirror
hi C-son thanks for your module, I’m just building and trying out my mirror and avoiding burn-in sounds like a great idea.
I’ve been slowly configuring my mirror and started using the module MMM-BackgroundSlideshow as well. I’m finding that if I enable MMM-MagicMover then my background images don’t show (I just get my Clock, Calendar modules etc. displaying on a black background). If I disable MMM-MagicMover then the background images from MMM-BackgroundSlideshow are displayed under my other modules ok like before.
Do you know if there’s a way to run both modules at the same time? I’ve experimented with changing the module position values in my config.js but it didn’t seem to help.
(My MMM-BackgroundSlideshow is in position: fullscreen_below incidentally)
thanks for any help anyway
@raymondjspigot thank you for your bug repport. I will try to find a solution for this.
Installed new version today, and now the middle column of items are pushed way right. don’t seem like anything is moving around either.
Anything I can do to fix it, or should I wait?
@BKeyport hard to say since I have no idea what other modules you’re using. It’s also hard to anticipate what and how other modules available for the Magic Mirror will affect Magic Mover.
@C-son Apparently, updates you did between my post and my capturing screen shots fixed it. It’s now working normally after another git pull.
@BKeyport awesome, thanks for getting back to me!