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    Question Answered: How can I change the height of a line?

    I would like to change the height of Grid's row using Sencha Themer.
    On Themer's screen, there is no part specifying the height of the line.
    What should I do? Do I have to change the Variables directly?

  2. Hi netspice,

    It does looks like we missed that variable in the UI, however, you can change it in the grid portion. The bottom-right corner, click the table/grid icon. This grid will show all variables in the theme (even custom ones if you've added any manually).

    For classic, search for `grid-row-cell-line-height` which, I believe is the variable you're looking for.

    For modern, it is `gridcell-line-height` and `gridcell-line-height-big` (the latter only applying to Neptune/Triton-based themes in 'phone' mode).

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    Hi netspice,

    It does looks like we missed that variable in the UI, however, you can change it in the grid portion. The bottom-right corner, click the table/grid icon. This grid will show all variables in the theme (even custom ones if you've added any manually).

    For classic, search for `grid-row-cell-line-height` which, I believe is the variable you're looking for.

    For modern, it is `gridcell-line-height` and `gridcell-line-height-big` (the latter only applying to Neptune/Triton-based themes in 'phone' mode).

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