Thanks!tomoffel wrote: ↑Sat Aug 22, 2020 10:22 pmYeah! Thats great! Glad it worked!
for your other question, there is a way..
you could connect to your raspberry with ssh in a terminal/command prompt and then enter:
sudo nano /boot/config.txt
do your changes and then press ctrl+o to save the settings and then ctrl+x to close nano
maybe you can use this way next time
I tried using nano over SSH but it told me it was unrwriteable or something along those lines. No worries. It's working now!