I’m new to obsidian and am aware of css snippets. I’m new to coding but know what css is.
I’m trying to adjust the padding for the folders/files in the sidebar on the android obsidian app. The padding for padding-top and padding-bottom. It’s too much padding for me to be able to see more folders/files.
Is it not padding and something else? Is the class the right class listed below?
I found one post about line-spacing. But its not line-spacing. It’s the gap between each folder which I believe is padding that I’m trying to adjust.
I included the file in .obsidian in snippets. Toggled CSS snippets.
I tried the file in the post linked below and tried adjusting the padding. Adjusting the padding does not make a difference. The class is what might help figure this out though:
Here is the link to the css snippet file I tried:
It works for font-size, just not when I adjust the padding.
Am I doing something wrong? How does it know that that class is the class that adjusts the padding? Is it a button class or something else like row-gap?
Sorry if this is super beginner but I don’t know how else to figure this out.
Thank you @Klaas for getting me this far.
Many thanks in advance!
This is from the post I found that has the class that I thought might adjust the padding:
file-expl-line-space.css (537 Bytes)