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How to make font size bigger #24

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rparree opened this Issue Jul 24, 2013 · 4 comments

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rparree commented Jul 24, 2013

Hi,

What would be the easiest way (and maintainable) to increase the font size. I am currently looking if i can use this inside reveal.js.

I will need to use it for projected presentations, so a font size of 14 or 18 would be great. What would be the best way forward (i already saw you are not using scss).

I am fiddling around with my own CSS, but that solution feels to brittle (plus i am having problems with spacing etc)

Thanks.,
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I'm very sorry that I've not noticed this issue opened until now... sorry...
I'll check your question right now.

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tmtk75 commented Sep 17, 2013

I'm very sorry that I've not noticed this issue opened until now... sorry...
I'll check your question right now.

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Now default size is defined as

.diagram {
  font-size: 10pt;
}

To change the font size, you can write

.diagram.sequence-diagram {
  font-size: 14pt;
}

Maybe you already did as same as above.

This is an example.
styling-arrow html

As you can see, if you change the font size, you may need to modify spacing and size of other elements for the looks.

Mh... sorry, for now there is no smart way for increasing font-size.

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tmtk75 commented Sep 17, 2013

Now default size is defined as

.diagram {
  font-size: 10pt;
}

To change the font size, you can write

.diagram.sequence-diagram {
  font-size: 14pt;
}

Maybe you already did as same as above.

This is an example.
styling-arrow html

As you can see, if you change the font size, you may need to modify spacing and size of other elements for the looks.

Mh... sorry, for now there is no smart way for increasing font-size.

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I did not work on this for a couple of weeks, but i remember the code refers to these numbers when it comes to spacing/sizing etc. Some of the padding and sizing should be more dynamic and adaptable to a font size "setting". When the font size goes to 18+ (24+) etc the boxes etc don't work (if i remember correct)

rparree commented Sep 17, 2013

I did not work on this for a couple of weeks, but i remember the code refers to these numbers when it comes to spacing/sizing etc. Some of the padding and sizing should be more dynamic and adaptable to a font size "setting". When the font size goes to 18+ (24+) etc the boxes etc don't work (if i remember correct)

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Fixed at 5643e4f

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tmtk75 commented Jan 21, 2015

Fixed at 5643e4f

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