A new computer user cannot use CableNut without a lot of guidance. Experienced users probably won't mind a bit of helpful information either.
I think that a seperate window should open when the program is run. This window should be on top and slightly to one side and contain a text dialog that gives a clear concise explanation of the existence
of and the purpose
of the CSS files
and exactly how they can be used
(including the option to right click and not use the Manual Tweak Screen).
Included should be a clear explanation
of what choices to make to determine which CSS to use. This could be assisted by a clickable menu choice or check box style choice, present on this same window which would be in addition to the current windows folder/file name search one can perform from the Manual Tweak Screen File Menu/Open Custom Settings.
Until someone understand these basic things they cannot use CableNut except by blind choices.
The window would be a simple movable
window that opens on top of the program which can be disabled or moved out of focus. I would even put an explanation of how to move, unfocus, and close this window as part of its text.
Have a nice day.
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