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    Default Is there a way to use a custom gradient in a button component?

    Ive been trying to use a custom gradient (with different settings than what the sencha-button-ui @mixin supplies).

    However, I haven't been able to override the gradient that any of the ui settings end up throwing in there.

    Things I've tried:

    1. giving the button a cls setting. However, this was overridden by either the default ui config, or the ui config that I tried to apply.

    2. creating a new ui with the sencha-button-ui mixin, and then overriding THOSE rules with my own gradient. still nothing

    It seems crazy that I can't simply tell the button exactly what I want it to look like...am I missing something?

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    Anything that comes after @import the button it should overwrite styles that have been generated. If not you can try to add the !important flag in your CSS.
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