By the way, is there a way to have also a clock to see time? Sometimes i want to see the time and i have to turn on my phone. It will be a great addition.
Afraid not. There are two things needed to make that happen:
(major) the Rpi needs to know the time, either by querying the internet or by additional hardware such as a battery powered RTC module.
(minor) we need to expose the time as a themable element in ES.
Hi, doesn't the pi automatically get the time if its networked? I've noticed that the RPI3 at least if networked always displays the correct time if you exit EmulationStation to the console. I realise this doesn't help non-networked devices but I wonder if it's more common for the pi to be networked now as the Pi3 and PizeroW have built in wifi. It certainly would be nice to be able display the time within a theme.
There are 2 other mice set up as home made spinners plus a trackball.
If they're not being used in lr-caprice32, you might be able to temporarily blacklist them from the runcommand-onstart.sh and then re-enable them in the runcommand-onend.sh. Granted, I don't know if this is even possible, but it might be worth exploring.
There's so much to read.. and I am totally new to all of this. I am having the same issue, my replica PS3 controllers will not pair wirelessly and there is a constant vibration when plugged directly in, how do I fix this?
@edmaul69 got the switch today they are indeed PERFECT and if yours is not going all the way to the left and right you may need to adjust but looking at your photos i think you are all the way over one each side. i aligned the tab in the center of the on off switch and i get full movement left and right. thanks for the tip!!!
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