MagicMirror module - O-clock inspired by PolarClock Screensaver
I have searched world-clock but I can’t find. Of course, I can run default clock instances multiple, but I think that seems to me some kind of guilty for wasting resources. Therefore I did by myself.
This is my first MM module. I’m not a skilled programmer. So this module might have many improvement points expected. But… I don’t care. This is a very simple module and it works in one way or another.
I think playing with MM could be my new afterwork hobby. Thanks to everyone.
(I run 3 instances for showing how it looks, but just a sample case.)
Sorry for my fellows. I was on my vacation and my business works when you have had problems in these modules - MMM-CalendarExt and MMM-Assistant. They are caused by downgrading of Main MM versioning.
There are some fix for these issues thanks to many volunteers. However, I’ll check all of these issues and will release the patch for a few days. I’ll promise to solve those issues for all of you until end of this month.
Sorry for all of your inconvenience.
[Important] This is under construction, not stable. All responsibility caused by this version is… just sorry. But if you want to try, please go ahead.
This module is beautifying original
default/calendar module view. This module catches events broadcasted from original calendar, shows them pretty. That’s simple. I didn’t reinvent the wheels.
I had a plan to release this late this month because of my summer holidays(from 7. Jul). However… I release now. I believe there are many bugs in this. But I have no time to fix it for a while. You should consider that. After vacation, I’ll check everything.
Alternative calendar module for MagicMirror
currentviews are supported.
MMM-ProfileSwitcheror any modules which use
See the Wiki
I just want to take the 100th post.
My name is Yi.(Yi is a very common family name in Korea.) I’m 45 Y old, born in Korea, living in Frankfurt a.M, Germany currently as an expatriate.
I was a programmer for some decade of years in S.Korea and Japan, but now I’m running a branch of my mother company here.
I was an old-schooled programmer. My first programming was Basic & Fortran on the Z80 machine. I was a little bored with being a small compartment of huge projects, so I quitted from programming and changed to products design. After that, finally business managing is my current job.
However, MM is a little and lovely project which kind of something can still be done individually. I found this project 2 years ago, and it becomes my greatest hobby at this moment.
And this can justify the reason to my wife why I still need an expensive Macbookpro