This works pretty well though, with the onhover, but I definitely want one based on where the current cursor is in dynalist (since I would definitely accidentally hover over things I'm not working on)
All the settings related to opacity / transition are pretty much spot on for what I wanted
If you did have a tampermonkey script, how would you integrate this with stylish anyhow?
thanks for the help piotr
also attached what it looks like on my screen:
EDIT Testing this a bit further, I think if somehow the tampermonkey script could use the unique URL I associated with it to do this "On focus" effect. This way if i zoom into a mode that doesn't have lots of information this effect doesn't take place. Or by default, set it to work only on the 1st / 2nd bulletpoint from root document
I'll probably experiment with this and write my own tampermonkey script to do this as well when i get around to it
I could see a lot of applications for this for other things like book writing in general