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lock-screen CSS to override grey default overlay

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Site URL: https://www.starrysummers.com/

Has anyone found a solution to override the default gray color that overlays on a lock-screen image? 

I've tried to override it CSS but can't get anything to work, and there is no option right now style settings for lock-screen image overlays, unlike other areas where a background image has a property to set from 0-100 opacity for an overlay, you can't do that for the lock-screen image. 

Thanks in advance for any suggestions on this issue.





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1 hour ago, KristenRuthSmith said:

I don't understand what's being injected where to make this happen.

(Also, how on earth is this not something we can just change without code!?)


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