Kind of a beginner question here, so I apologize in advance if this is answered elsewhere. I did do some searching and could not find it.
I was wondering if it is possible, without community themes enabled, to take the css of a theme, further customize it, and then use it as a snippet. I understand that I would have to have community themes enabled initially to download a theme as a starting point. If it isn’t possible with a community theme, I guess I would just mix and match snippets shared here and in the repositories people have kindly created on GitHub? Again, sorry if I am not making sense. This is an area of Obsidian, I have shied away from for some reason, but that is hopefully about to change.
If there is a process or a thread that explains it, could someone please point me in the right direction. Thanks so much! I have a single snippet in use that I occasionally add and remove from. But, I am now beginning to get interested in modifying css both to learn about css and to better customize different vaults for specific purposes.
Perhaps I am mistaken and this is not possible since things changed from the previous, now legacy css system. I am aware that having community themes enabled allows the themes to be updated and that wouldn’t be happening if I did things this way. Consequently, are there any issues or risks that could arise as I update Obsidian after customizing the css?
Any tips would be greatly appreciated.