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Support for dynamic changes to CSS stylesheets

The product does not support dynamic changes to CSS stylesheets because it does not result in any DOM Mutations.

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  • Sep 18 2018
  • Planned for Future Release
How will this idea be used?

On Sprint website, there are several buttons for Continue, Submit, etc. The color of the button stays grey until the criteria for the button to be selected is met. At that time, the button changes color from grey to yellow. 

When these sessions are replayed, but button stays grey and does not change color.

This has confused our TL community on whether the customer had completed all criteria in the flow that would change the button to yellow or not.

What is your industry? Telecommunications
What is the idea priority? High
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    PRESTON HARRIS commented
    10 Feb 22:13

    Good news - There are a number of open tickets around Dynamic CSS in general.  Sometimes this only affects single elements, other times entire applications.  A number of our customers have been moving to (or testing) ReactJS for Web.  There is functionality in ReactJS that allows for dynamic manipulation of the style sheets after they have been loaded.  Currently, DOM capture is unable to see these changes, since they technically are not part of the DOM.  We look forward to bringing forward a solution to this in the near future.