Please help me to find the real location of one css file of Conflunce 3.5.9

I want to modify one css file of Conflunce 3.5.9 which is as below:

s/zh/2166/1/5/_/download/superbatch/css/batch.css

Please help me out to find the real location of it on the CentOS 6.0 machine.

Very thanks.

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Penny Wyatt Atlassian Team Aug 06, 2011

This file doesn't exist on the file system - it is created at runtime. It's a batched-up version of all the CSS resources required for a particular request.

Thanks for your answer.

Now, I want to change the default font-size from 10pt to 9pt to make the page more clear.

how could I modify the content of the css since it is generated at runtime?

Penny could you help me again? Thanks

Penny Wyatt Atlassian Team Aug 06, 2011

Rather than making changes to Confluence's files which will be lost next time it's upgraded, it would be safer to apply the custom CSS via the Space Admin section of the web UI.

Full instructions are here - http://confluence.atlassian.com/display/DOC/Styling+Confluence+with+CSS

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