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I'm using Harlowe 2.1.0 and I want to make the text a little smaller and change the style. Do I have to code it or is there a button I'm missing or something?

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For this you use your Story Stylesheet. For example:

tw-story {
  font-family: monaco, monospace, helvetica, sans-serif;
  color: green;
  background-color: orange;


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CSS is also used to create the top, bottom, left & right blank areas around where the passage content is shown.

tw-story {
	padding: 5% 20%;

WARNING: If your story layout includes Harlowe's default left side bar then remember to leave enough blank space on the left to fit it.

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