@Jopyth, thank you for the reply. Like to keep it simple. Removed position: and schedule elements from my config entry for your MMM-ModuleScheduler module. and all working fine now.
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MMM-ModuleScheduler, how to hide it ?
Hello, very happy with MMM-ModuleScheduler and the supporting MMM-Remote-Control. Almost all working fine.
It’s just that I can be a bit of a stickler for detail. Both modules allow me to show and hide modules manually or set by some time schedule except … MMM-ModuleScheduler itself. I just don’t appear to be able to hide the module on the screen.
Have been trying a number of things including manual control via MMM-Remote-Control (works fine), copying schedule from another module on the display that are know to respond correctly to MMM-ModuleScheduler (fails), add a header to to module (works fine).
So at the moment my mirror shows MMM-ModuleScheduler, module_9_MMM-ModuleScheduler in the bottom_left section of the screen.
The fact I can manually hide the MMM-ModuleScheduler using MMM-Remote-Control means it must be possible, but how ?
Anyone out there that can point me in the direction as to how to hide this module on the screen ?
Like your MMM-Hue module but will admit getting it to work was a little bit more tricky then what I had anticipated.
My version 1.0 Hue hub setup controlling a 9 individual bulbs. I did not set up the bulbs as part of a groups.
Wanted to share just a few simple findings to help others to get your module to work even better.
Inspecting your code in MMM-Hue.js I found that you had a this.lightsorgroups hardcoded to “groups”. As a result of this my Hue setup was presented as just the Home icon with ‘Lights On’ as the status.
Changing the hardcoded this.lightsorgroups to “lights” did result in a similar display as shown in your first post however all the named lights showed the X (fa-times) icon for the status even though lights were on, others off an others unreacheable.
So I made a further minor change on line 69 and changed it to:
lightstatus.classList.add("fa", this.result[lamps[i]].state.reachable ? (this.result[lamps[i]].state.on ? "fa-lightbulb-o" : "fa-adjust" ) : "fa-times");
Keep up the good work.