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Want to change text size and while using the inspect tool in windows 10 it shows selection as font-size: 30px;

to the far right is type.less;48

The link shown when you put the cursor on type.less;48 is as follows


But there is no /less directory in /css

Any ideas on this?

Thank you for the help 



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This is from Bootstrap. As far as I know in osC you can't recompile your CSS from LESS. Only way to change default CSS is to redefine it in user.css or something similar. I may be wrong just because I don't use osC 2.3 or community Edition. My own v2.2 uses custom bootstrap with building less files via gulp.

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Thanks for the reply RussNN.

The way is is works jus tthe text is too large causing line being extended to next row, I'll look further, found many others just not found this in any of the.css files.

It is confusing that the link shown shows a dir that isn't there.


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I think that you have a user.css file in the catalog directory. If I remembered correctly, the user.css is the last read.

You can add a

.h1, h1{

  font-size: XXpx;


where XX is the value you want. Like this you don't have to modify the original bootstrap file.

with OsC 2.2 since 2006 ...

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