Finally sorted the issue of the screen size in portrait… thank you all for you help, a lot of trial and error but finally got there…
@barnosch I was trying to stretch the screen but relised that wasn’t right way to do it… my resolution size is now set to width 1280 x height 1920… the bottom and top are perfect with no black bars but left and right Just won’t seem to change no matter what I change my overscan to? It says negative numbers if there is too much border but doesn’t seem to work…
Thank you so much it was an overscan issue the resolution was set wrong for portrait mode.
I have my resolution set to width 1100 x height 1920
My overscan left and right set to -20 and i still have black border can’t make it fit the width size fully? Any ideas?
Thank you for your reply. Yes I already know that to change the position of modules is in the config file, my problem is when I set my screen to portrait mode everything is in the middle of the screen now, even tho the clock config says top left? Does this need to say top_bar?
Thank you again.
Hi all, I’ve got my magic mirror all up and running, and decided I wanted it portrait, so I got that sorted, but now all my modules I.e time, weather, news feeds are all bunched up together. How do I change the position of each module is it in the main .css file? Or the css file in the specific module folder? Also can someone explain how I go about changing them to specific locations.
I’m new to this forum and new to magic mirror. I’m currently using a raspberry pi 1 model b to try and install magic mirror and I’m having a nightmare. I’ve tried two fresh copy’s of OS one been the latest Raspbian, and even tried Jessie. Every time i install MagicMirror I get errors listing dependencies, and other errors. I know that when your running it on a rp1 model b it has to be the server only version, can anyone please advise or point me to a good guide for my model pi and running server only? Thank you in advance.