Messed up CSS between Portrait and Landscape monitors
Thanks for that Mykle, will save numerous clicks to get top menu then Zoom Out.
Glad I have at least found a workable solution, and had another read of your Read Me on your MMM.Lucy to get familiar when setting up everything. I managed to get exactly the same Mic as yours, and also seen the PS3 Eye one going cheap, so thought “Why not?” I’m sure I will go for the weaker version of MMM.Lucy for my Pi MM, so will use the PS3 Eye for that
I’m sure I will go for the weaker version of MMM.Lucy for my Pi MM
Suggestion: Don’t even try to use the animated.gif of the face on your Pi. That will surely bring it to a screeching halt. Use a simple picture file, or none.
Ok, just completed tests on both suggestions.
@ninjabreadman, the results are that all that did was retain the original squashed look, but shrunk the page inwards, leaving a black border all round. Exactly the same, but a much smaller version, like having a 22" screen on a 55" tv.
@Mykle1, your keyboard shortcuts worked a treat, but when reloading, everything reverted again
What I’m gonna do is wipe MM, seeing as I may have messed up something along the ways by trying all sorts, then download MM and put my chosen modules on, virgin style, then update everything, then see if any of your suggestions work better on a fresh MM, and add back in my personal changes 1 x 1.
If the zooming is still a problem, then I could live with just using the keyboard shortcuts on it, as it will be only once per day. This is only a temp measure using the kitchen TV mini itx PC, as I will be just finalising on a monitor set at portrait, for my PC operated MM, and using the full MMM.Lucy on that.
Many thanks again guys for all your input here, it may not have solved it, but your help has educated me more on MM, so for that alone, the journey has not been wasted.
your keyboard shortcuts worked a treat, but when reloading, everything reverted again
Then I suspect that you’ve changed something along the way that is overriding that. Your idea of a fresh install is not a bad idea, seeing as you don’t even remember the changes that you’ve made.
Another suggestion: Don’t trash your current installation. Simply rename the MagicMirror folder to something else. Do your new installation. Transfer your modules (1 by 1) into the new MagicMirror folder