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after 2.12 upgrade custom.css is no longer loading



  • I updated to 2.12 tonight. my custom.css is not loading anymore. I opened the mirror in a brower and viewed the source and I see that a change has been made. In 2.11 the actuall custom.css appeared before the body opening html tag. But now I see this message in the html code.

    Obviously loader.js isn’t actually loading the custom.css.

    If I manually open the custom.css in my browser and then reload the mirror (in the same browser) I do see my custom css. It is upon the first loading of the mirror when it starts up that custom.css is not loading.

    In electron when it is started upon booting the pi, the loader isn’t loading the custom.css. and I do not see my custom css. I plugin in a keyboard and can force refresh. but this isn’t how I want the mirror to run. and I Don’t want to have to plug in a keyboard every time the power goes out. I live in the country and that happens often enough to be irritating here.



  • @kayakbabe show the messages from the developers window ctrl-shift-i on keyboard, then select the console tab and scroll up user any errors.

    how did u do the update? manually or the new script?

    in either case custom.css is not touched.

    also show results of this

    cd ~/MagicMirror/css
    ls -laF
    


  • @sdetweil I did the update manually. though I did install with your script when I first set it up.
    I have really been messing with it tonight and I have touched the custom css.
    to reduce the body margins.

    drwxr-xr-x 2 pi pi 4096 Aug 8 23:50 ./
    drwxr-xr-x 17 pi pi 4096 Aug 8 23:48 …/
    -rw-r–r-- 1 pi pi 1059 Aug 8 23:50 custom.css
    -rw-r–r-- 1 pi pi 2957 Jul 22 06:21 main.css

    I also added the grove_gestures and page and page indicator modules.
    I’ll back those out and see what happens with the custom.css.



  • @kayakbabe

    For anyone who finds this thread,

    my solution was just to reinstall everything. Apparently I messed up some code somewhere else. My custom.css was fine and I used it on the fresh install.



  • @kayakbabe cool, thanks for posting a resolution…


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