CORS, MotionEye & MMM-Remote-Control
@SdeGeata the physical adapter ip address
will give you the configured addesses
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Its funny though, it is only since MM v.2.17 I have been having issues with MMM_MotionEye
MM is an electron app and electron uses chromium as browser. All browsers are more and more restrictive concerning cors when releasing new versions.
I tested MMM-Motioneye with my setup and was not able to get it running.
Another approach is to use MMM-iFrame instead which worked on my side.
@karsten13 Yeah, I was messing with that a little today. I couldn’t find an iframe that was reliable enough.
I ended up installing a Home Assistant add-on called go2rtc to serve the video and on the magic mirror, I installed the MMM-WebView module. It works a lot like an iFrame but more stable.
So far, it seems to be working. I have MotionEye and SecuritySpy sending command line webhooks upon motion triggers to Home Assistant that in turn shows and hides the module on the magic mirror. I would have liked to get MotionEye working, but this actually sems faster and more stable.
Thanks so much for your help though, to both of you.