@fox That is the standard News Feed module. The larger font is the RSS feed title, and the smaller font is the description.
Posts made by phrazelle
RE: MMM News Feed
I also implemented the maxNewsItems solution.
It keeps really old content from sticking around (I was seeing feeds from over a month old) but it favors one of the three feeds I have added in now, only displaying items from that feed and ignoring the rest.
It would be cool to see an update where it pulls one item from every feed added before adding a second item from the same feed.
i.e. Feeds 1, 2 & 3 - pulls one from feed 1, then one from feed 2, then one from feed 3, then another from feed 1, another from feed 2, etc.
RE: PIR Sensor turning display on/off over and over
FWIW, a ferrite bead is a working solution, but I was able to circumvent this issue by keeping the PIR Sensor a good distance from the Pi. Mine is about 3 feet away from the Pi and doesn’t act erratically as it did when it was right next to it during testing.
RE: PIR-Sensor - put your mirror to sleep if not used
This is a modification of the MM-Hide-All module (https://github.com/masters1222/mm-hide-all) by masters1222. It requires the MMM-PIR-Sensor module (https://github.com/paviro/MMM-PIR-Sensor) by paviro to be installed as well, as the hiding/unhiding is triggered by the “USER_PRESENCE” notification sent.
This was created by Josh Mclaughlin to circumvent an issue with the MMM-PIR-Sensor module where a TV doesn’t have power saving settings and killing the HDMI signal from the RPi forces the TV to shut off automatically.
This essentially brings up a black box to cover the screen after a set amount of time that disappears upon a USER_PRESENCE notification from the MMM-PIR-Sensor module.
MM-hide-all with PIR Sensor
I have an issue running the MM-PIR-Sensor module by paviro. My tv doesn’t have power saving settings, so when the HDMI signal is killed it shows a “No Signal” message, then turns the tv off.
I like the functionality of the mm-hide-all module by masters1222, but I would like to use that with the PIR sensor instead of a physical button press.
This seems like a simple mashup of the two modules in my head, but I’m not versed enough in JS to make that a reality.
Would someone be interested in combining the two modules so that the mm-hide-all module works as-is, but with the PIR Sensor state making the change instead of a physical button press?