I would like to personalize the official Keystone theme with my own color set, is this possible? And how?
Are you already Sassy? With an existing workflow that resembles efficient? If the answer is Yes, then forgive the ultra basic step by step tutorial here.... :) Just extract what you need.
I will avoid every mention of so-called scary words as command line, gulp, compass, local web development environment, git, repo clone etc etc - I am doing so only now just in case you need to step up your game.
Hope this helps.
To personalize Keystone (or any other) theme use Css edit plugin or just add your own css instructions to custom_*. css file via @import url
Don't forget to duplicate and own whatever theme you are working on, or else, when you upgrade Vanilla, the changes you made will hit the ether.
To be honest, since I needed just to change colours, I've just modified the custom_default.css in keystone/design via FileZilla replacing the original RGB colours with my set of RGB colours
Yup, I used to do that. in fact I just loaded my own CSS file after the custom_default right in my template file to override what I needed, but then realized I needed much more and I also wanted to now automate all future updates