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MMM-NOAA3 - Font size

  • Hi,

    just installed MMM-NOAA3 module and every thing is fine so far - great module.

    However, I think the font size is far too small. I can hardly read the numbers and letters. Can someone help me how I can increase the font size? I know there is a custom css. but Ihonestly, I m not really familiar with that.

    What do I have to add/to change in order to increase the size of the letters and numbers - only for this module?

    Thanks !
    Best regards!

  • Project Sponsor Module Developer

    In the css files you can see each classList and go into your css file and adjust the font sizes 🙂
    There are a few places and putting them all in your custom.css would take a while…

    So make a backup copy of the css you are want to change and have at it 😉

  • Hi,

    thanks for your reply. Unfortunately I am not very familiar with this. Can you please tell me which parameter i ahve to change to increase font size?
    Apart from that, I di a git pull update yesterday (MM showed a notification about an update) and now I do not have the icons anymore… what can I do now?

    Best regards

  • Project Sponsor Module Developer

    @vortex Not sure what that happened because the only thing updated was the moon data…

    What provider are you using?

  • Hi,

    thanks for help. some icons re-appeared, some are still missing.
    I m using weatherbit as provider.

    I still have issues with the font size - I do not know what I have to change.

    Best regards!

  • Project Sponsor Module Developer

    @vortex ahhhhhhhhh yeah that one has been a thorn in my side… I will look at it tonight and see what’s going on. Sounds to me like you don’t have all the images in your image directory 😉

  • I also have a problem with the font size of MMM-NOAA3

    Can anyone tell me please, where to customize the font size of this lower part of the module:


    I tried every part of the original css file in my custom.css but nothing had the right effect…


  • @myself: 😉
    Found the solution by myself. I had the “.xsmall” part copied over from the original css file in my custom.css


    This one is used to scale the font size…

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