Investigating the issue more, it seems that only newsfeed has this problem, not the whole MM.
I have tried changing the encoding of the rss feeds, installing all roboto fonts, etc… Nothing helped yet.
Anyone who can help with this?
@janne The problem here might be that you are specifically using iOS emojis. There are several issues in the web using iOS emojis with Roboto.
I think (!) Roboto does not include the unicode conversion for every emoji.
As you can see above, Android worked at least for the more common ones. iOS might be a problem.
Maybe this emoji font family on github can help but I’m not sure how it could be implemented on a mirror.
@ferra1980 said in Autostart MM after reboot doesn’t work:
I tried to wait, but it is on for 1 hour and I only see the desktop, I think something does not work
Ok, waiting an hour is quite long enough. I hope you have success following the link that chris gave you.
I’m 99% done with my first MM build and I have to say, the light bleeding on the LCD makes the part of the mirror where the screen is located pretty useless as a mirror.
I actually recycled an old laptop’s LCD screen, so it still came out great, but during the building stage, I first positioned the screen on the top and then realized how bad the light bleeding was, so I flipped it upside down and positioned the screen on the bottom instead.
OLED monitors would cost more, but I’m guessing they would make a beautiful MM with their higher contrast capability.
@sdetweil That worked! Nice
In Terminal I entered: chmod +x portrait.sh
Then executed the portrait.sh file I made
and the touch IR is now set to portrait.
So happy, thanks for your help buddy!
I’ve re-ran the “Calibrate Touchscreen” in Preferences again too. It reads:
< Calibrating standard Xorg driver “Multi touch overlay device” current calibration values: min_x=0, max_x=65535 and min_y=0, max_y=65535
If these values are estimating wrong, either supply it manually with the - -precalib option, or run the ‘get_precalib.sh’ script to automatically get it (through HAL). >
I find the touch curser doesn’t reach the the edges of my monitor. Example I can’t simply click on the Raspberry Icon in the corner. The curser is diaginally 2 inches away?
Where can I set or adjust this? Any thoughts?
About 2 weeks ago I had to re-install with a fresh copy of Raspbian Stretch and noticed both the Calendar and weather wasn’t working. The default weather module displays nothing at all although its enabled and APIs are set and the calendar shows “No upcoming events…” no matter what URL or ical file I use. My calendars display fine on other apps/devices so it just seems like its not pulling the data or something although its there. @sdetweil and @Sean I’m not sure if you guys are the developers but I see you were in another post troubleshooting so if not, please forgive me!
@artieikon u can get files from the filesystem without special config settings just setup an express url handler in the node helper. See the MMM-ImagesPhotos module for an example use.
Node_helper sets up the express url handler, module does a request to that url, and handler gets invoked, and files are found and their names are returned. The a url request is made for a file and it’s contents are returned.
Module doesn’t know helper provided the files list or data