It would be great if you could maybe build in a feature to display a website as content (either, through linking to the .html but preferably to an IP, with support for JS, PHP, etc.). This would enable a ton customization fine-tuned to the movie being played, through setting up an external webpage with a countdown (in minutes) while maybe displaying the latest film news, playing some music in the background and would also enable things like polling the audiences for opinion. Obviously, this is just one use case example for this feature that I came up with off the top of my head, I'm sure there would be many more and probably better things this community could come up with if it could integrate websites into the addon. There should also be an option to determine in what intervals to refresh the site. I hope my gibberish made sense, and thanks for all the work you've put in this amazing addon so far.
Hey everybody, I just spend 3hours trying to figure this out, but I couldn't do it, so maybe you can help! My goal is to have an action that via the Harmony Hub changes my receivers source. I use https://github.com/sushilks/harmonyHubCLI to connect to the Hub and it works great. So as you can see in my .cvaction I call a shell script, that part works. However what does not work is the whole execution of the shell script. As you can see I'm executing a nodejs script within the shell file, this works like a charm when testing it through ssh. The output of the node script gets logged and more importantly the receiver source is being changed. However when calling the shell script using the action file it does create the log file but only prints "Executed", it does not print the output of the "node harmony....." command. Furthermore it does not result in the receiver changing the source. Since the command does not even get logged, not even an error message, I have concluded that it is not being executed. But why? Any help would be greatly appreciated, Paul Edit: I also tried using a python script with the library "Naked" to execute the node script. Again it worked when doing it through ssh but no result when doing it through the actions. Edit 2: It appears to not even be executing "default" linux commands like mkdir. Once again, when running the script through ssh it creates the folder, but when doing it through actions it does not. However it does update the log file so the sh script is being partially executed. switch.cvaction switch.sh
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