On Thu, Sep 22, 2016 at 12:22 PM, Wayne Ward <i...@wayneward.co.uk> wrote:
> A good example is fmessenger Im sure this is all done by style sheet id
> like to look into that aswell ..
I found the code at https://github.com/Hankamotz/Fmessenger and you are
change the appearance.
I was looking to something natively supported by the web backend of the
webapp-container, that can be changed with config files specific to the
app, however this is definitely an alternative if I don't get what I was
Thanks for pointing me to this app, I didn't know it.
> Wayne :)
> n Thursday, 22 September 2016 15:53:34 BST, Felipe De La Puente <
> fdelapue...@gmail.com> wrote:
>> I'm wondering if the web apps in unbuntu (I probably should say oxide)
>> supports a way for the app to override the web-page's CSS in order to
>> the appearance of it.
>> As I understand Firefox allows this through the file userContent.css, I
>> believe Chromium has Custom.css...
>> Any experience on this?
>> Best Regards,
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