it’s a while (some 3-4 RoPieee versions) that now and then, after a playback session or by itself while sitting idle, I get the clock even if in prefs it is disabled
doesn’t happen on my other display which has an RPi 4 instead
can live with it, but… glad if you can give a look at it, Harry
oh… already tried enabling clock/rebooting/disabling clock/rebooting: didn’t help
@pl_svn Paolo I think the alarm clock is enabling the alarm extension. There might be a setting in the display settings that you can access on the display itself tho on the bottom right side iirc.
just had a look (I always forget about those settings and… yes: bottom right corner ) but you can only control display/clock brightness there
I think the preferences you want are on the Display tab. I assume you changed those and rebooted?
whoops… let me check…
okay: clock was already disabled there too
let’s see if enable/reboot/disable/reboot has any effect…
If your RoPieee dates from an install many versions ago, you might consider re-flashing with the latest build, as this will ensure a clean config.
right what I’m trying to avoid as it means… taking the whole thing apart
I can relate to that…not had to do that for a while now thankfully.
Just remember you cant boot up and install without the display connected then plug it in later…it has to be connected at the installation time of a freshly flashed SD card booting up for the first time.
think I need to reflash… someday