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MMM-DarkSkyForecast - Yet ANOTHER weather module

  • @j-e-f-f

    Thanks for your module,it 's very nice and useful
    I have problem ,this module not support my language
    because ,I am Thai peaple
    I would to know how to add support Thai language
    Thank for your help

  • @humdinger44 try pm2 list from the MagicMirror folder

  • @j-e-f-f
    I try to adjust fontsize in custom.css but not work
    so I would like to know how to Enlarge fontsize and change color
    at position A,B,C,D,E (as photo)
    Thanks for hint

  • Project Sponsor

    Dear @j-e-f-f ,
    thank you for this great module. I enjoy looking at it every morning 😀

    I would like to use real world data from a temperature sensor at our house instead of the “current temperature” data from the weather service.

    Would it be possible to optionally add an URL to the config that returns the temperature as plain value (e.g. 15.76) and replace the corresponding value from the weather service?

    Thanks for considering this,

  • Project Sponsor Module Developer

    @rudibarani it’s a great idea but not exactly as simple as enabling a second data source URL. As my module is designed to use the Dark Sky API, I would need a separate routine to handle the different data format, and it would be a one-off for just your sensor model. Of course others will want their sensors supported and so on… unfortunately I don’t have the time to support such variances in functionality, which all do what my module already does — provide you with real-time weather information.

    One of the major benefits of the Dark Sky API is how accurate it is, given you can put in your exact long/lat coordinates. The temperature you’ll get from the API should be very close to what your sensor is providing, maybe off by at most one or two degrees.

    That said, my module is very much open-source. You are free to fork it and try to add this functionality on your own. If your programming experience is limited, modifying someone else’s code is a good way to learn. My code is very well documented so you should have a good idea as to what each part does. Also JavaScript is very forgiving and makes for a great beginner’s language.

    I know this isn’t the answer you wanted to hear, but I hope you’ll be encouraged give modifying my module a shot. It’s very satisfying when you make something like this work for your exact needs. It’s how I got started, and I guess it’s just snowballed from there! 😃

  • Project Sponsor

    Dear @j-e-f-f,

    thanks for your feedback. I don’t have much coding skills (yet) - but I will try 🙂


  • Hi,

    • is it possible to hide the LINE under?
      “Powered by Dark…”
    • Is it possible to delete the Test after the current Wind?
    • Is it possible to change the Time over the current Weather?

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  • @trividar how to hide "Power by Darksky " I change custom.css like this
    .MMM-DarkSkyForecast .attribution {
    color:black; }

  • @nobita Thank you!

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