Please read the release notes carefully since this update requires adjustments to your Raspberry Pi configuration!
not realy Fullscreen
bjoern last edited by
when i start the raspberry and later MagicMirror i don’t have a fullscreen view. look at the pircture please. What can i do?
ostfilinchen last edited by KirAsh4
Du kannst im Desktop auf Einstellungen -> Raspberry-PI-Konfiguration gehen. Dort dann die Übertastung auf deaktiviert setzen. Eventuell muss der RPi neugestartet werden.
Moderator’s note: While some folks here read German, not everyone does. Posting in English is preferred. That said, pardon the translation, but it’s what Google Translate comes up with:
“You can browse the Desktop Preferences - Go> Raspberry PI configuration. There then set the overscan on disabled. Possibly the Rpi must be restarted.”
Open the configuration file (in bash type
sudo nano /boot/config.txt) and look for
This is either commented with a # or set to 0
It should be
Be sure to look through the whole file, sometimes this setting appears more than once.
Reboot your pi and you should be good