yes you can use CSS to override whatever you want. This is inherent to how HTML/CSS works, so no problem.
Moreover, Royale works processing CSS when compiling, so if you override a rule, then in the output you'll find yours instead the one defined in framework :)
If you're using Jewel, you have many work on themes and you can take for example, JewelTheme, and make your own version, just copy paste the project and start to change, then compile and provide that theme to your project.
You have as well many other ways to change CSS, inline style in component declaration, add <fx:Style> like in old flex, and add rules to you App external .css file
El mar., 21 ago. 2018 a las 12:22, leokan23 (<[hidden email]>) escribió:
I am evaluating Royale for a very small project and I was wondering if there
is a tutorial or it is even possible to change the overall look of the
components with just CSS.
For example, this is a button css I made for testing:
Can I use this somehow for "skinning" my button?
If there is a tutorial, other than sample code, I would appreciate it.