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The plugin supports the `less`, `scss` and `css` file extensions. It is possible to add support for another pre-processor by creating a function to compile the code. In the example we use `sass` as our css pre-processor
To edit the types you need to go to `.babelrc`
You need to edit the `.babelrc` and sometimes the `pre-processor.js` to work with another languages, if you want to use SCSS the solution and explanation (fit with other css-pre-processors) are in this issue <3 [#3053](https://github.com/zeit/next.js/issues/3053)