Suggestions for Foundation Framer - Post ID 263363


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I soooo wish that the 'Show Guides' could be moved into the Settings, and made to stay permanently until you 'unset' them. This goes for RSD too.
Coming from coding and am used to making borders or weird background colours to separate one 'box' from the next, I need to 'see' where I am in a document, and it is a real hassle having to select the guides again and again, every time I open the programme.
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UncleMap wrote:
Stick with what you know


A wise word, especially with that signature of yours! :D:D
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I would like to see the ability to customize the naming conventions of the underlying export file structure...

So like in RSD where you export and end up with "coffeegrinder.css" and js files or with "Foundation.css" and js files.

I would like to control these names in export.
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BurrMan wrote:
I would like to see the ability to customize the naming conventions of the underlying export file structure...

So like in RSD where you export and end up with "coffeegrinder.css" and js files or with "Foundation.css" and js files.

I would like to control these names in export.


Just wondering why you would want to do this?
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Feature Request :

Giving Name To The Containers /Elements

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Dk7molv03y8

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Regarding Mansour's video, I too would like to see naming of items in the Inspector.

Regarding the very last part of the video, I find that I can get the effect of dragging horizontally in the Inspector. If items 1 and 2 are at the same level, I make item 2 a child of item 1 by dragging item 2 onto the middle (i.e. onto the bar) of item 1.

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For guides add "show all" and make the default color black. Thin blue is very hard to see.
Allow setting more defaults. I HATE thin blue and thoroughly dislike having to change all inserted text.
Please review your pages for user visibility on an older monitor. I do not care to be forced to purchase new computers and monitors every three years because some programmer thinks that thin lines and weak colors are Cool. Note that Amazon always uses strong text and no nonsense colors. They want users to Be Happy.
My 84 year old eyes and $150 monitor means that all but the strongest graphics cannot be seen. The very very weak color for selected text is only imaginary for the most part. No, High Contrast does not help, it does not work here for me.
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How about fixing the leaping elements ?

Sometimes if you click on an element it disappears without trace, or leaps out of it's container/column etc into another one. Especially if trying to edit text, but it has happened with image placeholders and other stuff.

How about a drop down menu choice foe items like in RSD such that in design view when you hover top left corner of something it shows all the stuff associated with that thing (row, column, container element etc) so that you can choose what you need to become active to make your changes, it's getting to be a bit of a pain in the bum to keep having to go to the inspector pane to get to what I need to style or change. for everything.especially on large pages with lots and lots of different elemnets.

Otherwise Great app so far which is getting better and better everyday as I get my head around how it can work for me.
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Wayanjaya wrote:

How about a drop down menu choice foe items like in RSD such that in design view when you hover top left corner of something it shows all the stuff associated with that thing (row, column, container element etc) so that you can choose what you need to become active to make your changes, it's getting to be a bit of a pain in the bum to keep having to go to the inspector pane to get to what I need to style or change. for everything.especially on large pages with lots and lots of different elemnets.

Foundation Framer has always had this, unless I don't understand that you are describing. ;)

https://s31.postimg.org/vo2f2cyaz/Screen_Shot_2016_07_16_at_4_50_39_PM.png

If your ZOOM is not set to 100%, you do have to use the Inspector pane.
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