We have a use-case within which the current stylesheet mechanism doesn't work.
We allow admin end-users to upload .tdrp files to our cloud-based application. The .tdrp files are stored as binary within a database & rendered via the html5 viewer & the webapi REST service. This works perfectly.
In this scenario how can stylesheets be used?
I can't point the external stylesheet to a url - I've tried and the standalone designer / open file dialog downloads the asset to appdata on local machine.
I can't import the stylesheet (please see feature request someone else has raised).
I can't edit the .trdp file to paste the stylesheet fragment; it's binary not xml.
So, in order to get consistent styling, I need to *manually* enter the style information for any custom reports. Is this right?