MM not filling screen
My magic mirror will not fill the entire TV monitor screen. Can anyone help solve this issue?
I have adjusted the over scan as well as the mirrors css file.
@reallykeene so, lets back up one step, and try the original main.css
cd ~/MagicMirror/css mv main.css save-main.css cd .. git checkout css/main.css
then restart MM
and show us the display output…
@sdetweil I got a fatal: not a git repository. It then only shows my traffic module with the screen black. I still have the bar of the desktop to the right.
@reallykeene how did you install MM? git clone? or zip file?
@sdetweil git clone
It was on another monitor. I’ve just changed to a TV for the display.
Should I reboot the operating system for the pie on the new screen?
@reallykeene yes, when u change screens by moving cable, after boot the hardware doesn’t always get it right
(my pi 4 cannot see the second display if not present at power on)
I had a typo in my commands above (lowercase m in MagicMirror)
@sdetweil Is there an easy way to do that?
The only way I know would be to save all my work onto a hard drive and then resetting the pie from scratch. I’m pretty new to this.
@reallykeene won’t lose anything on pi, with sd card…
sudo shutdown reboot
for restart, if it works, good…
if need power off
sudo shutdown now -h
wait til light goes off
power back on (however u do that… pull/re-insert power cord, use switch)
@sdetweil The desktop rebooted to the full size of the screen correctly. But the magic mirror still looks like the original picture and it’s not stretching to the full size of the screen in width.
@reallykeene try the updated commands above