UNSOLVED a question about MMM-Remote-Control
Maybe someone here knows and can explain it to me.
Whenever you change the order of modules in config.js or add/remove modules, the indices of the modules change. Therefore the hidden/shown status of modules might not be correctly applied. If this happens, simply reconfigure and save it again.
I don’t understand this:
How and what I must reconfigure?
I use the MMM-Remote-Control from shbatm
If you are using the
module_identifierto hide/show modules using notifications–changing your configuration will change the identifier. So if you had “alert” as the first module and “clock” as the second, but you flip-flop them, the identifiers would change from
module_1_alertand you would need to update the notifications sent from the other module.
If you are just using the
/remote.htmlpage, you don’t need to worry about this. It will manage it.
If you are using my fork and using notifications from other modules, you can also just use the module name, which doesn’t change (but this will affect all modules of that kind, if you have more than 1).
I just installed (your) MMM remote control.
Then, of course, the config.js steadily expanded.
I do not know where to adjust this (using the module_identifier)
But this is coming:
How I initialized?
How I initialized?
Short answer: If you restart the Mirror (from command line, computer, or remote), make sure you refresh the remote page after the Mirror loads, if you have the remote open on a different device.
Long answer: For some functions to work properly, an instance of the MagicMirror page must be loaded first because the remote queries it for information and uses it to perform actions on other modules. The main page must be loaded before the remote page; or the remote page refreshed if the Mirror is restarted. This should usually be the case if you use the Mirror on a screen directly attached to the server (RPi). If you use a web browser on a different computer, open/refresh http://magicmirror:8080 first in another tab, before reloading http://magicmirror:8080/remote.html.