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Thread: anyway to get the graph to show bigger?

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    anyway to get the graph to show bigger?

    I have a 27" monitor with 256x1440 resolution and the graph is really small. any way to zoom in and or make it bigger?
    here is a screen shot... 7.9 lb pork but btw.....
    um can't aattach anything is my post count to low?

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    You can use the custom CSS function to adjust the graph.

    See here for info and examples.

    You should be able to post an image using the IMG tags.

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    oh man you mean I have to code???? um yeah ok. I guess. (I hate writing code, but modifying isn't to bad.)
    Thanks for the link I think I figured out how to do it in there. Will try it out later, as I switched the probes from the pork but to the turkey

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    Oh just get a worse monitor!

    You can just scale up the browser window with Ctrl-+ and Ctrl-- (ctrl-plus and ctrl-minus) and it scales everything up. If you just want the graph to be bigger you just add this to your user CSS (use whatever pixel widths you want, or even a percentage)
    Code:
    #graph {width: 1024px; height: 640px; }
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    Ctrl-+ and Ctrl-- , nice trick! Hold CTRL and roll the mouse wheel does the same thing.
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