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I'm trying to override an element inline style definition that seems to possibly be part of core? It appears on a minimal install but I'm having a hard time isolating where it is getting injected in order to disable/override it:

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This admin theme settings fieldset has an inline definition:

style="background-color: rgb(255, 255, 255);"

It appears on the input tab on fields across the board.

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Looking into it further, I believe it is being caused by a jquery ready() function call in \wire\modules\AdminTheme\AdminThemeUikit\config-field.js:

$(document).ready(function() {
	$('#_adminTheme').find('input[type=radio],input[type=checkbox]').change(function() {
		updateAdminThemeUikitExample();
	});
	$('#_adminTheme, #_adminTheme > *').css('background-color', '#fff'); // <--- This seems to be the culprit.
	updateAdminThemeUikitExample();
	initAdminThemeUikitColumnWidth();

});

@ryan Is there a reason for this rule being set? Commenting out this line resolves the behavior.

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  • 2 weeks later...

On my last post in the thread of AdminStyleDark, when I said:

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There is also some hardcoded style set by js calls, I put already comments on a todo/known bugs section.

I was refering to this one in particulary. I will send a github PR.

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