don’t think so either. I created a custom_7 folder, which I also use to test my skins. Here is my advanced skin. It’s not perfect, but for comparison.Advanced_1280x400.zip (125.8 KB)
It’s a pity you don’t want to say where you’re uploading (custom_7 - Where?).
UPLOAD THIS (on trial) to the folder:
/ data / plugins / miscellanea / peppy_screensaver / peppymeter / wide
and everything will work
Sorry, I’m cooking right now, so I always have to jump back and forth between the kitchen and the office
Learned something again, thanks, it’s working now. The wide folder was the solution. Now your other skins will work too. Thanks for the help!
I corrected your meters.txt - [Advanced_1280x400] (I aligned the indicators, and did a time and type correction. Maybe you like it?
meters.zip (611 Bytes)
P.S. You did it very “dark” :). The photo shows other colors
Thank you very much for the help, I like it very much. It’s the little things that I still can’t get my head around. On my display, the colors are very strong and close to the original, could compare it with a monoblock.
Can you create something for 1480x320?
Preferably the G700
The topic was already present for this resolution. You have some samples of this resolution here. Upload to 1920x480 ( /data/plugins/miscellanea/peppy_screensaver/peppymeter… )
Edit: Good, corrected
1480x320.zip (1.5 MB)
Is it possible to turn the plugin on and off via a script?
What do you need it for? Can be turned on and off like any plug.
I want to control it with a hardware button
Successfully installed Peppymeter on both my Rpi 3b+.
Both pi’s have same issue - when running in random or list mode after about 10 mins the display freezes and the touchscreen is unresponsive.
Would I be right in thinking this is due to lack of memory in Rpi 3 ?
Works fine if I select an individual VU meter.
No, with some skins - it stops (random). It’s not RPI 3’s fault.
- Touch display?
- Didn’t change the default Volumio password?
- Installed the screen on:
- please do a factory reset, update to the latest version, enable SSH
- If you use Spotify/Qobuz/Tidal install/enable them
- Install Touch Display (leave all settings to default)
- Install Peppy_meter
- Set the Peppy_meter “Screensaver Timeout” to 5 seconds(avoid long waiting times for testing)
When peppy works, you can add other plugins.
Maybe first write what kind of monitor it is? 5.5 "- resolution? Chinese or other?
It looks like you need to edit userconfig / config and you’ll be fine.
Connected via miniHDMI?
Did you do as @Wheaten wrote? Starts automatically?
It looks like mobile phone @Gelo5 with some tape
Mobile display 1920x1080