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Automatic.css inside Pinegrow. It works, but…

Automatic.css inside Pinegrow. It works, but…

The recent exodus of Oxygen users who love and depend on the Automatic.css (ACSS) framework has prompted a lot of questions about whether it works inside Pinegrow and other tools. In this video, I demonstrate that ACSS does, in fact, work with Pinegrow. Once a platform-agnostic version is released the process will be simple, regardless of whether or not an official Pinegrow plugin or integration is ever created.

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