Sorry, figured it out. My own stupidity that I prefer not to reveal and of no help to anyone to learn from.
Hey everyone, this one should be easy, but it’s stumping me.
I just installed MMM-Holidaylights for the wife and grandkids. It’s great, but I have a message in my mirror’s header bar that says that there is a module update for this module. Conveniently, this is where the module’s lights are located which defeats the purpose of the module!
I’ve updated my MM with the usual update command of:
git pull && npm install
Everything seems to update fine, but the message for needing to update the module remains.
A couple of years ago I encountered this and then I went silent and rebuilt my MM. I added this module again as it is a great way of seeing a complete monthly calendar. The problem I have is that for double digit dates (starting with “10”), the second digit (“0”) in the case of “10” is truncated so that I only see a “C” instead of a “0”. All of the double digits are truncated. I’m assuming this is a font issue (but I’m using the default fonts). Does anyone else see this same issue?
@htilburgs ok, I will try again following your procedure exactly and will let you know - thanks!
@htilburgs No, I’m afraid not. The “Family” calendar is created using Apple’s “Family Share” iCloud feature and it does not have the same ability to make Public or Private, like other calendars in the Apple Calendar application. What I am having to do is to merge all of the “Family” appointments/events into a new calendar I created (this has to be done by exporting then importing from one to the other calendar) and then getting the URL for that calendar…
I do appreciate all of the help though.
@Sean That looks and ‘sounds’ right. Are you by chance an iCloud calendar user? I could get by with just using my daughter’s calendar if I could find it in the list of calendars, but as shown above in the list of available calendars, hers does not show! I’m flumoxed (sp?) by this fact and don’t even know how to ask the question of an Apple person.
@Sean I am logged in as my daughter into her iCloud account using her ID and password. I would be happy if I could get her actual calendar or the shared calendar as she is the one who really puts in most of the events. But all I see when logged in as her is the following list of calendars:
“Family” (can’t make public or private)
“Husband” (can make public or private)
“Daughter 1” (can make public or private)
“Daughter 2” (can make public or private)
(note that I don’t know how to ‘see’ or access her direct calendar for some reason or I would simply make hers public and grab that URL…
I’m not an apple user so am unfamiliar with iCloud calendars in general. I have been able to get a public shared iCloud calendar to show events on MM, but I am trying to display the events from a shared calendar called “Family”. However there does not seem to be a way to set the shared calendar to be either public or private (when I click the ‘wifi’ icon to the right of the calendar called “Family”, I get a list of the people the calendar is shared with, not the private/public option). Does this mean you can’t display a shared iCloud calendar with MM?
Thanks in advance for any help.
@bhepler Thanks! That worked.