Not looking nice :(
This original error was fixed but the only thing I would like to have before having the mirror mounted is this:
SNIP: The original error was fixed, the new error I got was edited.
@Lolololito First of all I have to blame you for doing stupid mistakes, furthermore there is a comma missing in line 19 :)
Haha, okay thanks but now I only get a black screen which is also a common error I get.
Secondly, I have to say that the github of the plugin:
has that error, I think it should be changed as newbies like me just copy and paste and believe everything is correct.
Thanks for pointing that out, hope you can help me with that black screen, it is a common error for me and I don’t know what could be causing it.
EDIT: In case you want to see the console output this is what I get:
Failed to load resource: the server responded with a status of 404 (Not Found)
EDIT 2: Somehow I got to know that the error is in this line:
EDIT 3: I got this in the console too:
Whoops! There was an uncaught exception...
EDIT 4: I am having errors posting here (?)
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@Lolololito I will hangout in the magicmirror teamspeak for a while, feel free to join and I’ll try to help you
TeamSpeak Magic Mirror Help at 220.127.116.11 http://www.teamspeak.com/downloads.html
@strawberry-3.141 I’m currently going, thanks for the help :)
@Mykle1 Haha, don’t make me jealous, strawberry was able to help me, it was all about typos that modules have in their githubs and others that I did. Everything fine now :)
EDIT: Any clues on how to fix this? Whenever a tweet pops up, everything fucks up :
strawberry was able to help me,
Great! He has helped me on several occasions.
it was all about typos that modules have in their githubs and others that I did. Everything fine now :)
Yes, unfortunately there are more than a few errors in the README files that accompany some modules. This will make things clearer for you when adding modules:
EDIT: Any clues on how to fix this? Whenever a tweet pops up, everything fucks up :(
Assuming you mean that modules get “pushed around” or “stretched” when a tweet appears, you can try a few things:
- Constrain the Twitter module’s width with a custom.css entry
- Constrain the other module’s width with a custom.css entry
- Try the Twitter module in another position, Ex: lower_third, bottom_bar, etc
@Mykle1 I managed to fix it changing the position, the last and only thing I would like to know is if it’s possible to add the ping I have to the server in ms in the internet module https://forum.magicmirror.builders/topic/625/internet-monitor/13
I don’t believe that is an option in the InternetMonitor module. You could ask the author to add that or you could fork the repo and trying coding that in yourself. :-)
I think there are a number of “ping” modules available. Maybe one of those will suit your needs. Check this page: