Never mind guys I was able to get it to work by following the instructions here
After all it wasn’t the css file that I needed to change, but the Pi autostart file in the /etc/xdg/lxsession/LXDE-pi/ folder.
@ShuraimHassan said in is custom.css only for default modules?:
could you show me an Example that how Can I do this?
do what? make a module, add a css style to an element?
I don’t know ‘responsive’. currently main.css is in pixels for 1920x1080.
I have a version I converted to vh/vw.
3rd party. mm supplies font_awesome.
(see the fonts folder)
other than that every module can use whatever they want. no restrictions.
I am not having any success with this either. Here is my CSS. Can someone help me out?
Any place it’s attempting to spare the record likely doesn’t have compose authorizations. Contact your host or whoever deals with your worker.
On the off chance that you have additional issues you may take a gander at avoiding the module and utilizing rosslistens legitimately. It’s what controls the module in the engine
@sdetweil Yes, it is. The whitelisting finally was a breakthrough for me.
Now I connect to the PI via RDP, change stuff at a whim, check it in the browser, use the Web Dev Tools as I’m used to… sometimes you just need a nudge in the right direction.
Made more progress last night than I did in all of the weeks before.
@Bugsounet neither do I usually, but all solutions found around have failed.
USB microphones do not get detected anymore from one day to another… ️
Of course they work perfectly if ie. I connect them to my Windows 10 computer.
Hello everyone, has someone already developed a solution for the following:
would like to change the color in the systemtemperature module, e.g. if 80 degrees C can be reached. Many thanks to everyone …
@Elliotexplicit if u did the manual install the file is not created
so u have to create it yourself (my scripted install DOES create the file for you, see https://github.com/sdetweil/MagicMirror_scripts)
@jant91 yes, it should be in ~/MagicMirror/css
if U had used my installer script I would have created and empty file.
we removed it from the distribution a couple releases ago, cause we kept overwriting the user managed file.
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I believe that’s HTML just trying to make everything fit… The only way to fix it, IMO, is to reduce the font size in the complements module so that long statements fit.
I think so too, but I would like to have a possibility where the font is displayed via "MMM-TomTomTrafficIncidents". Thanks anyway.
Das denke ich auch, aber ich wollte gern, eine Möglichkeit, wo die Schrift über "MMM-TomTomTrafficIncidents" angezeigt wird. Trotzdem Danke.
@bdream well, the main.css is hard coded to 1920/1080…
I have an adjusted one that uses view height/width
view height/width main.css
config.js doesn’t adjust and most modules (including mine) are pixel based