No, the style.css file of the child theme should overwrite the default styles too – thus you don’t need to use custom.css. However afaik the child theme style.css is loaded BEFORE the inline css code in the head section – thus you maybe need to use !important to overwrite some style rules. custom.css on the other hand overwrites ALL other styles (even inline css code in the head section) because Kriesi calls it right before the closing head tag.
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