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Hi There, I’m using a preprocessor to compile SASS /SCSS and .tpl files (either Mustache or HAML ) on the fly whenever a source file is edited. The result is that 20-30 scss files (buttons.scss, header.scss, fonts.scss etc) are all combined then minified then stored as one css file.

What I want to do is set the Appearance > Editor to only edit .scss or .sass or .haml files and not show .php and .css file.

Is this possible in WordPress?

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