Can Modules Be Made Wider for Enhanced Code Viewing During Development?

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is there a way to make the modules wider? I want to see a wider view of my code as I develop.

I’m not sure if you’re referring to the Pipedream UI or a specific module. Could you please provide more information or clarify your question? This will help me better understand your needs and provide a more accurate answer.

Pipedream UI. I want every module to take up more width on my screen

Currently, there isn’t a built-in feature to adjust the width of modules in the Pipedream UI. However, I understand that having a wider view of your code can be helpful during development. I recommend providing feedback to the Pipedream team about this feature request. You can submit your feedback or feature requests here:

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I apologize for the broken link. To provide feedback or feature requests to the Pipedream team, you can visit the Pipedream community forum at and create a new post with your suggestion. The Pipedream team actively monitors the forum and will consider your feedback for future improvements.

Hi , I think you can adjust the zoom percentage of your browser instead

Hi , appreciate the help but it does not seem to work as I want it to. I made a small tampermonkey script to increase the width so no stress :+1:

Here is the script if anyone is interested, feel free to change the px value or make it percentage based. Can’t take full credit though, thanks GPT :joy:

// ==UserScript==
// @name         Widen Pipedream Modules
// @namespace
// @version      0.1
// @description  Increase width of all Pipedream Modules
// @author       You
// @match*
// @icon
// @grant        none
// ==/UserScript==

(function() {
    'use strict';

    // Function to set the max-width style of a div
    function setMaxWidth(div) { = '1500px';

    // Function to check for and apply the style to the divs
    function checkDivs() {
        const divs = document.querySelectorAll('');

        divs.forEach((div) => {
            // Skip if the max-width style is already set
            if ( === '1500px') {

            // Apply the style

    // Observe changes to the DOM and reapply the style if necessary
    const observer = new MutationObserver(checkDivs);
    observer.observe(document.documentElement, {
        childList: true,
        subtree: true,
        attributes: true,
        attributeFilter: ['class', 'style']

    // Apply the style to the existing divs