Auto - page-refresh in case of CSS Changes


today I had to change this CSS Value several times. And I had to reload my Page several times to see the result in my browser and also to test the result live on my Mobile device.
The reloading is a bit of a hassle, and the time spend to reload sums up pretty quickly.

Thus: I wonder if AnyMod might be able to develop a javascript to detect those changes to mods and then change that css value programatically dynamically inside of the DOM for all “active sessions” with that page currently open. I am aware this is a bit fuzzy. But it would certainly be very very very nice to have. Do you think a pagerefresh (or even better) a css-update without page refresh would be doable?


This is absolutely on our roadmap, thank you for asking for it so now we have even more proof that it will be useful to users!


Yes, that would be supercool to have. Especially it would be great, if the css could get updated dynamically without a full page refresh. My usecase is the following scenario: Most of the time, I have several anymod MODs open in separate TABs in chrome, whlie the actual webpage is visible in a separate Tab. Sometimes I even have several tabs with several pages of the website open, plus android and iphone. I would love all pages to perform a life update whenever any css changes. I imagine it gets pushed towards those pages on all devices, . Currently I am not logged in on android and iphne , but if mandatory, there is no problem with doing so, of cause