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weatherforcast shows 1 day only



  • I’ve just started using MM and a few Modules. I noticed that the weatherforcast module always only shows 1 days worth so I tried adding a config line to show more and now it only shows 2 (default should be 7). Am I doing something wrong?

                            module: "weatherforecast",
                            position: "top_left",
                            header: "Weather Forecast",
                            config: {
                                    location: "Dublin",
                                    locationID: "5344157", //ID from http://bulk.openweathermap.org/sample/city.list.json.gz; unzip the gz file and find your city
                                    appid: "myappid",
                                    maxNumberOfDays: "10",
                                    fade: "false"
    

    Thanks!



  • @natrlhy see the sticky topic at the top of the troubleshooting section for temp fixes to weather and calendar



  • Thanks. I did that but no change. I used the install script:

    pi@teslamate:~ $ cd MagicMirror/
    pi@teslamate:~/MagicMirror $ rm package-lock.json
    pi@teslamate:~/MagicMirror $ git fetch origin develop:develop
    remote: Enumerating objects: 15947, done.
    remote: Counting objects: 100% (15947/15947), done.
    remote: Compressing objects: 100% (6015/6015), done.
    remote: Total 15715 (delta 9644), reused 15375 (delta 9316), pack-reused 0
    Receiving objects: 100% (15715/15715), 14.91 MiB | 5.28 MiB/s, done.
    Resolving deltas: 100% (9644/9644), completed with 166 local objects.
    From https://github.com/MichMich/MagicMirror
     * [new branch]      develop    -> develop
     * [new tag]         V2.2.1     -> V2.2.1
     * [new tag]         v.2.1.3    -> v.2.1.3
     * [new tag]         v2.0.0     -> v2.0.0
     * [new tag]         v2.0.1     -> v2.0.1
     * [new tag]         v2.0.2     -> v2.0.2
     * [new tag]         v2.0.3     -> v2.0.3
     * [new tag]         v2.0.4     -> v2.0.4
     * [new tag]         v2.0.5     -> v2.0.5
     * [new tag]         v2.1.0     -> v2.1.0
     * [new tag]         v2.1.1     -> v2.1.1
     * [new tag]         v2.1.2     -> v2.1.2
     * [new tag]         v2.10.0    -> v2.10.0
     * [new tag]         v2.10.1    -> v2.10.1
     * [new tag]         v2.11.0    -> v2.11.0
     * [new tag]         v2.2.0     -> v2.2.0
     * [new tag]         v2.2.2     -> v2.2.2
     * [new tag]         v2.3.0     -> v2.3.0
     * [new tag]         v2.3.1     -> v2.3.1
     * [new tag]         v2.4.0     -> v2.4.0
     * [new tag]         v2.4.1     -> v2.4.1
     * [new tag]         v2.5.0     -> v2.5.0
     * [new tag]         v2.6.0     -> v2.6.0
     * [new tag]         v2.7.0     -> v2.7.0
     * [new tag]         v2.7.1     -> v2.7.1
     * [new tag]         v2.8.0     -> v2.8.0
     * [new tag]         v2.9.0     -> v2.9.0
    pi@teslamate:~/MagicMirror $ git checkout develop
    M       installers/mm.sh
    Switched to branch 'develop'
    pi@teslamate:~/MagicMirror $ mmrestart
    Use --update-env to update environment variables
    [PM2] Applying action restartProcessId on app [MagicMirror](ids: 0)
    [PM2] [MagicMirror](0) ✓
    ┌─────┬────────────────┬─────────────┬─────────┬─────────┬──────────┬────────┬──────┬───────────┬──────────┬──────────┬──────────┬──────────┐
    │ id  │ name           │ namespace   │ version │ mode    │ pid      │ uptime │ ↺    │ status    │ cpu      │ mem      │ user     │ watching │
    ├─────┼────────────────┼─────────────┼─────────┼─────────┼──────────┼────────┼──────┼───────────┼──────────┼──────────┼──────────┼──────────┤
    │ 0   │ MagicMirror    │ default     │ 2.13.0… │ fork    │ 20712    │ 0s     │ 19   │ online    │ 0%       │ 2.4mb    │ pi       │ disabled │
    


  • @natrlhy hmmm…



  • @sdetweil anything else I should try? I ended up using raspberry.sh install method.


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