Thanks. It works now, but only if I add this rule directly in style.css.
I realized already before, that the custom CSS field in the Theme options works only partly, even “!important” didn’t override the original CSS. Some other modifications only worked when injecting them directly in style.css.
But actually the Custom CSS should have the highest priority
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