Re: [SlimDevices: Plugins] Display a webpage

2019-08-14 Thread Jeff07971
peterw wrote: > Or create an image of a web page to be used as wallpaper? > https://loadfocus.com/blog/tech/2017/12/how-to-take-screenshots-with-puppeteer-using-headless-chrome-browser/ You could display the Material skin now playing web page. Theres a thread on the magicmirror forum for

Re: [SlimDevices: Plugins] Display a webpage

2019-08-13 Thread peterw
Paul Webster wrote: > You could use a browser-based controller ... like Material skin and > switch tabs ... Or create an image of a web page to be used as wallpaper? https://loadfocus.com/blog/tech/2017/12/how-to-take-screenshots-with-puppeteer-using-headless-chrome-browser/ owner of the

Re: [SlimDevices: Plugins] Display a webpage

2019-08-12 Thread Paul Webster
You could use a browser-based controller ... like Material skin and switch tabs ... Paul Webster http://dabdig.blogspot.com Author Radio France (FIP etc) plugin Paul Webster's Profile:

Re: [SlimDevices: Plugins] Display a webpage

2019-08-12 Thread Jeff07971
This maybe what Michael was referring to but to can run raspian for Magicmirror Then switch to Jivelite on fullscreen when the player is on. You could probably do this using the cli and a script Would need more than a noob to do it though I suspect Jeff *Players:* SliMP3,Squeezebox3

Re: [SlimDevices: Plugins] Display a webpage

2019-08-12 Thread Man in a van
2+5 wrote: > Bummer. That's what I figured unfortunately. Would it be technically > possible to run a standard OS on the Pi that could switch into Jivelite > (instead of running PCP)? I'm thinking have the Pi boot directly into > kiosk mode displaying MagicMirror and having a button in there

Re: [SlimDevices: Plugins] Display a webpage

2019-08-12 Thread Michael Herger
Bummer. That's what I figured unfortunately. Would it be technically possible to run a standard OS on the Pi that could switch into Jivelite (instead of running PCP)? Sure! Raspbian can be a full desktop Linux - if you want that. But it'll much more work to get it done. And - don't get me

Re: [SlimDevices: Plugins] Display a webpage

2019-08-12 Thread 2+5
mherger wrote: > >JiveLite/SqueezePlay can't display web pages. They don't have a browser > > built-in. > > (but yes, Opera's mobile team at the time paid us a visit to discuss > this option, when Opera mobile was great eg. on Nokia's phones, before > the iPhone arrived :-D) > Bummer.

Re: [SlimDevices: Plugins] Display a webpage

2019-08-11 Thread Michael Herger
I'm curious if it would be possible to have a screensaver display a webpage. I have jivelight running on picoreplayer with the Raspberry touchscreen. I'd like to find a way to have the screensaver display a magicmirror page hosted on a separate server. Then I could use the touchscreen as more of