I tried a CSS snippet to make the rollover link preview window in the minimal theme bigger (it’s too small to read), but nothing happens when the snippet turned on.
Could it be that some Minimal theme setting or Style setting plugin is blocking it? Any help would be appreciated. Thanks!
Here is the code I used (and variations on it with px, %, etc.)
The popover has three classes on it:
is-loaded. You could try adding
is-loaded to your list to help with specificity.
Additionally, the popover’s styles seem to at least partially be inline, at least for the position of the popover, so there could be interference from there. Test adding
!important to the end of lines.
Looking at the source CSS for popovers, it appears that
width is defined, and
height is left undefined for the default value of
auto. Try specifying a width to override the defined value, and set a
min-height if you’d like to ensure a certain size, though you may not need it.
Your new code could look something like this:
width: 50vw !important;
If you’re still unable to make this work, try opening an issue on the Minimal GitHub: obsidian-minimal on GitHub.
Hope this helps.
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