covering a 50 inch tv ‘mirror’ with real glass is wildly expensive…
Absolute beginner tutorials:
MMM-Cocktails, EARTH, Lottery, Fortune, Events, NASA, NEO, JEOPARDY, EyeCandy, Earthquake,
CARDS, MARS, Astronauts, EasyPix, ATM, Launch, Lunartic, SunRiseSet, WWI, BMI, PetFinder
Census, EOL, SORT, AfterShip, LICE, PilotWX, Hello-Lucy, EasyBack, ISS, PC-Stats, EventHorizon, BMW-DS
@Mykle1 is right when he says foil gives it a more cheap look.
I like how you transformed what I said instead of actually quoting me. Not that it matters much, but still, very interesting.
As of this time, every contribution has been added to the readme file of the repo with a note/tag for each person that contributed.
You guys are fantastic! I thank you, very much!
you can never have all the timezones in the world, right?
In the github readme, I will add a link to this page. That should do it. Personally, I don’t think there is THAT much interest in this module.
Is there any downside to doing that?
I think the general consensus is that foil is very difficult to work with and unforgiving to minor errors during installation. However, some people have used it successfully. I have not.
I’ve seen a fair share of mirrors and some seem to do a much better job at not being “see through”
There are many factors that cause that. Transparency/Reflection ratio, light behind the mirror, display smaller than the mirror itself, and so on.
Glass mirror is most expensive but is most satisfying and adaptive. Acrylic mirror is less expensive but it has its own set of drawbacks. Foil is least expensive and is hard to work with.
Do a search on the forum. This has been discussed at length
Is there any way to run an up-to-date 64-bit version of MagicMirror² on the Libre Computer Board running Debian Stretch?
I don’t know the answer to that. However, can your board run 64bit ubuntu? MM runs very happily that way. My personal favorite is ubuntu 16.04 LTS.
Anyway, that’s my two cents worth.
Sorry, late to the party
Did you bring the beer?
Thank you, my friend. I’ve added your info to the readme.
My thanks to all of you. I’ve added your contributions to the readme with a “Contributor” tag. We’re changing the world, one module at a time. Peace!
Central Time zone USA (Chicago)
Added. Thank you sir!
I need/want a small favor from anyone and everyone that is interested. I need timezone codes for your location for my MMM-EventHorizon timer module. They are generated by this website. I’ll explain what you have to.
Scroll down until you see this
Click the Time Zones button. Select your timezone.
Click the “Show HTML for Countdown Timer” button. An HTML code box will appear as in the picture above. The red arrow in the picture points “n179” which is the timezone code for this example.
Even if you don’t use my module (inconceivable) you can help me to make it better for anyone that does. You will also have my thanks and gratitude.
Please post your timezone (or city) along with the code number.