In the past, I edited the modules directly to get them the right size. When I upgraded MM to 2.16, I decided my best bet was to remove what I had, and build a new config.js from scratch. The main thing I wanted was to only edit the files that would not be changed from GIT (config.js and custom.css).
I started out with a basic config.js. and I wanted to increase the size of the time. I was editing custom.css, but nothing I did seemed to change the clock. I found that I could edit the “–font-size” under the :root section of the custom.css and make everything bigger or smaller, but I am looking for a way to change the size of individual modules.
In custom.css, I tried the following:
I also tried putting it in the :root section, and tried creating a body section as well. After looking at the clock_styles.css in the clock module directory, I also tried similar things with .clockHour and other sections. Really, after I tried everything I thought should work, I then just started trying random things, with continued non-success.
Part of my problem is that I know a little CSS, but I am much better at editing (or adding/changing deleting) existing samples rather than trying to figure out how to start from scratch. In fact, at this point, I do not even know if .clock is the right thing to do and I am just doing it wrong, or if it needs to be :clock, or just clock with no punctuation.
If someone can help me, I would appreciate it. Additionally, if MichMich would not mind, would it be possible to include a couple of examples in custom.css for a couple of the default modules?