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Font setting for the header in the analysis editor

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I'm working in OAC version 105.6.0-102.
I remember a fairly recent question and discussion about changing the font size of this item:

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I'm sorry to repeat it, but I can't seem to find it by searching. I'm new to the cloud version - Can it be adjusted, and if so, how?

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  • Hi,

    I believe the thread you refer to was for OAS or on-premises 12c.

    The change was in the CSS of the theme used (or deploying a custom theme to apply the change).

    In OAC you don't have access to the classical custom themes because that would require an access to the system.

    The lightweight custom themes (from the classical page "Administration" > "Manage Themes") doesn't give you a direct access to the CSS file, it allows to set few settings which are what 90% of people look for.

    Those custom themes are stored in the catalog itself, which is a place you have access to.

    I just don't remember if it save also a copy of the custom.css file you can edit and update via Catalog Manager.

    I need to find an OAC and give it a try ...

  • Jerry Casey
    Jerry Casey ✭✭✭✭✭

    Thanks, Gianni,
    In the old versions, you could see the complete file name there, and it was much more helpful than the current truncated banner.

  • Just had a look in an OAC: the custom theme is correctly stored in the catalog, but no .css files, just .xml.

    Because it isn't a real CSS, I doubt you can add any other rule than the few settings the UI allows you to define.

    I'm not sure you have a way to change the size of the title, maybe worth raising a SR to ask the support about it? (Also not sure how to have a full list of accepted tags in the XML files, maybe they made it generic enough with a way to convert XML content into custom CSS? Who knows ....

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  • Jerry Casey
    Jerry Casey ✭✭✭✭✭

    Thanks again,  I'll ask the system administrator to dig into it.