Loengard last edited by
I only saw your message now. Thank you so much!!
smackenzie5 last edited by
Thanks @lavolp3 - worked well.
i need help. i can’t get it to work. the screen stays black when the module is active. during installation i get the following message:
pi@MagicMirrorPi:~/MagicMirror/modules/MMM-ComicStrips $ npm install npm WARN saveError ENOENT: no such file or directory, open '/home/pi/MagicMirror/modules/package.json' npm WARN enoent ENOENT: no such file or directory, open '/home/pi/MagicMirror/modules/package.json' npm WARN modules No description npm WARN modules No repository field. npm WARN modules No README data npm WARN modules No license field. up to date in 0.568s
It appears that the installation instructions on MMM-ComicStrips didn’t include everything from MMM-DailyDilbert. Try this instead:
npm install -p cheerio.
Thanks bhelper, that’s it.
In my opinion it would be a nice option for the module if you could select multiple comics to be displayed at selectable intervals, not just one as in the current version. I find it hard to choose one
@surger13 You know what? I have this nearly finished. Multiple comics to choose from, adjustable intervals etc etc.
It’s not easy however, since the comics have different sizes.
I’ll send a link for beta testing as soon as I’m finished.
Glad to hear it and thank you for your efforts.
With the current MMM-ComicStrips module, “garfield” and “peanuts” remain black.
Also the parameter timeForDaily doesn’t seem to work for me. Only one comic is displayed the whole day.
Hi, I’ve just installed MMM-ComicStrips module, everything worked fine, but only one thing I can’t solve, is the width of the comic. I’ve tried to change the comicWidth value on config.js from 500 to 300 but no result.
Before that, I’d tried MMM-DailyDilbert module, and editing custom.css as @lavolp3 said on another post, but same result.
This is how it shows the comic Dilbert on my mirror:
Any idea on how to solve it?
Hi, please do a
git pull(maybe also an
npm installsince I now introduced a package.json) and try it again.
Had a small mistake in the image width description. Thanks for noticing!
I guess I should “publish” this module here so we can move discussion and bugs to another thread.
Now it fits perfectly!!
I’ve just have to make git pull inside the module folder. There’s no need to do npm install
Another question, I see that your module is not in the 3rd Party Modules of MM project
It would be a good idea to include it.
Thanks for your work!!