Decrease size of colour swatches etc buttons

ray-musee-today
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Hi there,

I am using the Turbo Portland theme for our fashion website www.musee.today

I think the buttons for the colour swatches, size and fabric variants are too large relative to the product images (particularly on a mobile).

I haven't found a way (or any forum post) how to change the size of these three button sets downwards.

Can you help?

Thanks

Ray

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dmwwebartisan
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@ray-musee-today 

I checked your website on mobile but it will be helpful if you provide a screenshot. 

Thanks!

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ray-musee-today
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Sure, this is what I mean:

musee-today-mobile-collection-product-page.png

btw, looking at this image I realised that it sometimes reads 'colour' and for other products 'color'. I can't recall ever having specified this spelling. Where can I unify this to a single, common spelling?

Thanks,

Ray

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dmwwebartisan
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@ray-musee-today 

Do you want this? OR you want to make swatches smaller for mobile?

Let me know.

swatches.jpg

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ray-musee-today
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Hi dwmwebartisan,

Thanks for your reply. This is a step in the right direction but I  would prefer to make the swatches (and the size and fabric buttons) 40% smaller if possible.

Could you give me a hint where to set the 'colo(u)r' spelling?

Cheers,

Ray

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ray-musee-today
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Hi all,

Ray (OP) here again - still hoping for somebody suggesting a solution.

I tried to locate where in the liquid code the colour swatch size is specified (looking for e.g. 50px) - but couldn't find it. 

Please point me in the right direction.

Thanks,

Ray 

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