@jchenaud support for kalliope here (FR)
@jchenaud Kalliope and MM are on the same host?
@jchenaud delete the line 86
console.log(this.name + " received a socket notification: " + notification + " - Payload: " + payload);
I need to update this part.
Guys, don’t hesitate to send a pull request to the project with your update. Including the “port” documentation part.
@dmwilsonkc indeed it’s weird, I use this code as it in prod on my mirror without any issue.
Maybe a recent update of chromium or MM.
@sdetweil huumm… yes it is obvious that you have to call your magic mirror url. Including the port if you changed it.
@dmwilsonkc seems good anyway.
I don’t see any errors. Maybe test another position. This one is not already used by another module?
@hayman here is a link for kalliope..
@sharmstr Glad it works for you ! Have fun with Kalliope !
Create a branch on top of the master one.
When an update is available, go back to the master, do the pull.
Then rebase your branch onto master.