thanks for help. some icons re-appeared, some are still missing.
I m using weatherbit as provider.
I still have issues with the font size - I do not know what I have to change.
thanks for your reply. Unfortunately I am not very familiar with this. Can you please tell me which parameter i ahve to change to increase font size?
Apart from that, I di a git pull update yesterday (MM showed a notification about an update) and now I do not have the icons anymore… what can I do now?
just installed MMM-NOAA3 module and every thing is fine so far - great module.
However, I think the font size is far too small. I can hardly read the numbers and letters. Can someone help me how I can increase the font size? I know there is a custom css. but Ihonestly, I m not really familiar with that.
What do I have to add/to change in order to increase the size of the letters and numbers - only for this module?
thanks for your reply. Your posted text alignment would be perfect for me! Unfortunately, my text is overall centered and I cannot remember if I have changed anything. I already deleted and re-installed the module but nothing changed…
Could you post your configuration setting here? Or maybe it is an custom.css issue? Or is it due to my MMM-Sonos module, which is positioned at bottom_left?
Thank you very much!
i m running my MM with this module and have problems with text alignment. I use this module in bottom_ center location and the text is overall centered. I want to have the text (Names of gas stations etc) aligned to the left. How can I do this?
I am new to Magicmirror, just finished my own mirror.
However, I´m runing in some trouble regarding the size of the modules - some of them overlap. So how can I adjust the size of my modules?
For example, how can I resize MMM-Fuel being displayed smaller?
Currently, I m using the default values.
thanks for your reply and help!
Now I will skip the stopping process and directly go for shutdown.
after some more reading I constructed the following:
sudo crontab -e
55 7 * * 0-4 /pm2 stop mm
(at 07:55 am quit Magicmirror , sundays - thursdays)
0 8 * * 0-4 /sudo shutdown -h
(at 08:00 am shutdown R Pi , sundays - thursdays)
After shutdown: Power off with timeclock
Can anyone verify that this will work?
Thank you very much
first, I m new to this and I am a total noob in programming and setting up stuff.
Anyway, somehow I managed to build my own MM with the help of tutorials and guides from this site
I m planning to shutdown my R Pi at different timepoints, for example every evening at 11 pm.
I googled and I found out that I can do this using cronjob.
To date, I manually stop my MM interface using the “pm2 stop mm” command in the console. This brings me back to the desktop. Then I shut down my R Pi using either the shutdown button in the R Pi Menu or by the shutdown command in the console.
I m planning now to use a cronjob to shut down my R pi. Here s my problem:
Do I have to stop my MM interface (using the “pm2 stop mm” command in the console) before I shut down my R pi with the cronjob? Will there be any errors occuring after next boot if the R pi just shuts down at 11 pm without stopping the Magic Mirror surface in advance?
Or can I add to the cronjob that MM interface should stop, before executing the shutdown?
I don´t know how to handle/set up this.
Can you help please?
Thanks and Best regards