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    Quote Originally Posted by mherger View Post
    Would the dev have to do
    what you describe to get that simplified URL?
    Yes I believe that they would have to do that.

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    piCorePlayer a small player for the Raspberry Pi in RAM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sbp View Post
    Hi thanks for making this possible.

    We originally had problems with our own applet repository, and it turned out that there was a bug in LMS 7.9 which was later fixed. So you will need to use a very recent LMS - see here: http://forums.slimdevices.com/showth...-LMS-7-9-issue

    Also our link is different from yours - if you try ours it opens the xml directly in the browser, whereas yours download a file after some time. I think that could be the reason.
    Our link is: http://picoreplayer.sourceforge.net/repo.xml

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    Still no joy. I made copies of the zip files, and moved them to my project directory per the link you posted. I updated the .xml file. I added the repo link to the Plugins repository link:
    http://superdatetimewu.sourceforge.n..._TEST_repo.xml
    It "sees" the applets available (as it did before), and now it at least seems to try to download the applets (before it would only create a blank directory). Howerver, I get "Downloading Applets" with the spinning animation, but it never actually installs. I don't see anything obvious in any log files.

    ----OK!
    Found that I had the links incorrect in the xml file. Modified the links, and the applets install!
    Last edited by tcutting; 2016-01-25 at 21:17.

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    Repo UP!

    The repository for installing the CustomClock and LicenseManager applets onto Jivelite is working.

    Add the following path to the Additional Repositories list on the Plugins tab in LMS:

    http://superdatetimewu.sourceforge.net/CC_JL_repo.xml

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    Awesome job tcutting!

    Quote Originally Posted by tcutting View Post
    The repository for installing the CustomClock and LicenseManager applets onto Jivelite is working.

    Add the following path to the Additional Repositories list on the Plugins tab in LMS:

    http://superdatetimewu.sourceforge.net/CC_JL_repo.xml
    I installed the custom clock and license manager applets per your instructions, got my license. Everything seems to have installed without a problem. I would like to ask how I might set the configuration #1,2,3...etc. on the Custom Clock Settings page?
    John

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    Quote Originally Posted by Squeezed_Rotel View Post
    I installed the custom clock and license manager applets per your instructions, got my license. Everything seems to have installed without a problem. I would like to ask how I might set the configuration #1,2,3...etc. on the Custom Clock Settings page?
    Do you have CustomClockHelper plugin on LMS? If so, you can use the Import feature to import one of the screens I posted as .txt. They specify the new "jivelite800x480" model. The import opens up a text box where you can paste the CONTENTS of the screensaver .txt file.

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    A big thank you!

    Quote Originally Posted by tcutting View Post
    Do you have CustomClockHelper plugin on LMS? If so, you can use the Import feature to import one of the screens I posted as .txt. They specify the new "jivelite800x480" model. The import opens up a text box where you can paste the CONTENTS of the screensaver .txt file.

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    I pasted both of the txt files that you posted. I like both of them. One is 12 hr clock and the other is 24 hr clock. Should there be weather also?
    John

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    Yes. Do you use the SuperDateTime plugin? The screensaver is intended for use with the "wunderground" variant of SDT (includes moon information).

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    Quote Originally Posted by tcutting View Post
    Yes. Do you use the SuperDateTime plugin? The screensaver is intended for use with the "wunderground" variant of SDT (includes moon information).

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    OK, now I have the SuperDateTime plugin installed and configured for my zip code as well as the weather station code. I'm getting close
    But the details are missing:

    Name:  IMG_0023.jpg
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    Any ideas?
    John

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    More info about screensaver

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    Name:  IMG_0025.jpg
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    John

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    Quote Originally Posted by Squeezed_Rotel View Post
    OK, now I have the SuperDateTime plugin installed and configured for my zip code as well as the weather station code. I'm getting close
    But the details are missing:

    Name:  IMG_0023.jpg
Views: 491
Size:  251.8 KB

    Any ideas?
    For the wunderground version of SuperDateTime, you need to get a "developer key" to enable access to the API data. It's free - I don't recall the exact process, but go through the wunderground.com web site, and look for information on the API. There's a field in the SDT settings page for entering the API key.

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