Do you really need to learn Python to change OpenERP's CSS?
Seriously, OpenERP? This has got to be the worst overall application I've ever worked with. After days of researching and trying, I'm no closer to altering the CSS than I was at the beginning. So far, there's only two options:
1) Incorrectly alter the CSS under an existing module like Web. This is be overwritten in any future update. This is a bad method. 2) Write a python module simply to add a CSS file. Are you kidding me? Writing a freaking python module to add a CSS file?
Who was in charge of this over at OpenERP? It's like everyone is sitting back and thinking of all these complicated things, but they can't get the simplest things right. No one is giving the time of day for so many things. Here's a tip, every single application I've ever worked with gives the user some kind of theme directory for adding css, js, html, etc.
So if there's a better way that is not documented other than the ridiculous expectation that all designers are going to learn python, please let me know. All I've managed to do is waste time reading tutorial after tutorial on module creation only to end up with "No handler found" error each time. Without a firm understanding of developing in python we can only copy and paste and if nothing works then we don't have anything to go off of.