I’ve been fiddling around with the CSS in the application Joplin, which, like Everdo, uses Electron. However, unlike Everdo, Joplin is open-source. Under the “Help” menu Joplin has an option to open the Electron development inspector, and Joplin is specifically designed to allow users to hack the CSS.
Would providing similar access to the Electron development inspector be “giving away the keys to the castle” in terms of intellectual property? By comparison, it’s worth noting that many Electron applications are also available as web apps, and the Electron development inspector only provides as much access would already be available through the web development inspector in Chrome…
I dunno. I’m just thinking out loud. How does this sound to you all?