5. Juli 2016 at 16:33 #21222
It was the wrong screen size! When I went to check that I had the Digital clock Screensaver I could not see over on the left side to see if it was picked. So I went to the web page of it „Port for 2.8″ 320×240 Adafruit LCD (QVGATouchSkin by dogdandumitur)“ and picked „install choose Skin“ Waited for it to do it and to time out to the screen.
Now it shows the clock and with the little lines around the Date part too!
-Raymond Day29. Juli 2016 at 4:58 #21925
Wow I got my 2nd one work. All I did was the same like this:
I had to edit the /opt/jivelite/jivelite/share/jive/applets/Clock/ClockApplet.lua file. Copy your code and paste it from — DIGITAL CLOCK SKIN about 3rd the way down in the ClockApplet.lua file, and stop were it starts to say –ANALOG CLOCK
Then stop Jivelite and start Jivelite and when it went to sleep it has a clock now!
I though you put that code updated it with the bata?
29. Juli 2016 at 11:39 #21927
- This reply was modified 4 years, 9 months ago by Raymond Day.
It worked on a Raspberry Pi I have with the 2.8″ 320×240 Adafruit LCD. Did the „compile latest version from Sources (~20 Minutes)“ to Jivelite start installation. Made sure I had screen saver to clock and reset Jivelite waited and this time the display went to the clock not just black. I did not hand put in the code ether.
Looks like it don’t work on Odroid Max2Play but does on Raspberry Pi Max2Play. Or yes updated to Version Beta-160727 Raspberry PI
-Raymond Day2. August 2016 at 13:42 #21963
I know on the Raspberry Pi the clock just stays going for weeks. But on the ODROID it’s had to leave it over a day the clock stops and locks up. It’s nice when it works for a little time on the ODROID. To bad it don’t work on it good for the clock for ODROID. But it does real good for the Raspberry Pi with a small display. Weeks now and it keeps time good no lock up.
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