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Allow users who pay to remove branding to also have the ability to add custom CSS!

I understand that many believe that custom css should never come free, since users could then simply find methods to hide the tawk.to branding.
However, if the user paid to remove branding, theres no point in not letting them add custom css either!
Custom CSS can let site developers set custom fonts on their site, or adjust the margins and padding of the chatboxes, or over-ride the 'max-height' limitations that the chatbox imposes.
I like chatboxes that use the 'max-height:50%' feature, because then it'll make the chatbox stand out and appear better on a large screen, than crammed down on the corner.

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      • Anonymous commented  · 

        Just installed but came across same issue, would love to brand the chat box up with our site theme, we run wizwares.com and with it being a wizardry site it looks a little out of place being so clean!, i would'nt have upgraded to remove branding but would if it included custom css!

      • Anonymous commented  · 

        It would be nice if we can hide the top menu header when in mobile too.
        If you open by direct link the top menu (back button) when clicked will act weird when on mobile, if we could hide it, it would fix the problem.

      • Pizzaria Meu Rancho commented  · 

        The ability to enhance the Chat UI, which is now so poor with custom CSS would be great!

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