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Started by Peter DanielsSep 28, 2021

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Using CSS to override default state of a side pane

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I'm trying to override the default state of a button/panel in the DropBox web viewer. Every time you view a file, the side panel (used for comments) also opens up, taking up valuable screen real estate and requiring us to click on the 'hide' button each time.

Is there a way I can use a CSS utility (Stylebot etc.) to set it to hide? I've inlcluded a sample file here: https://www.dropbox.com/s/h8ypgz0b2xfpvpc to demonstrate.

Sorry if it's a really obvious question. I'm not a coder and have been using trial and error (mostly error) for about an hour and not getting anywhere, so would be grateful for any help.

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