New Install - custom.css missing
Hi guys! Been messing around with MM on my PI4 and loving it.
Been reading a lot on customizing the interface (specifically fonts), and everyone is telling me to edit the custom.css file in the CSS folder. Only problem is I don’t have a custom.css file there (or anywhere in the folder structure).
Is this something I have to create? How do I call the custom.css file to override the main.css file?
@kyledettman yes, manual install requires u to create the file
@sdetweil How can I replace the custom.css file. It happened to me as well while installing a module. I am novice so bare with me. I saw in another post someone side make a file and rename it custom.css but I didn’t understand what to do next. Please help.
Well damn… It worked and I am glad but what did I just do exactly? Make a new custom or what? Thanks for the quick reply.
@Viperzee the initial custom.css is empty.
the touch command will update the date/time on a file, and create the file if it is not there.
if you had used the installation script, which I support, then it would have done the same thing