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BadCat Design wrote:
Does it make sense to show the version of Foundation for Sites on the Application load screen or About screen? (Yes, I see the listing under Grid on the Layout pane, but it feels like a button or user editable item - like I could toggle to another version of FFS.)

Yes, it makes absolute perfect sense. How else would you know what version of the framework is being used? ;)
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It would be great to get some scroll/parallax interactions built into the responsive design apps.
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Jeff wrote:
It would be great to get some scroll/parallax interactions built into the responsive design apps.


I second that. And not that fixed background-position bollocks; we want/need/ask politely for the good stuff. Move as you scroll. This, by the way, can be done purely via css. I build a parallax page with up to 4 layers moving all with different speeds as you scroll. This example can be found here.

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Improvements
  • Allow labelling of Rows and Columns (and everything else) in the Inspector, similar to the naming of layers in Photoshop.
  • Styling links in FF has no effect when exporting to my site. Can this be fixed?

Thanks.
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Have RFF open the last used file, instead of defaulting, as in my case, to the Coffeecup Flexbox tutorial.

Thanks.
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A George Charpentier wrote:
Improvements
Allow labelling of Rows and Columns (and everything else) in the Inspector, similar to the naming of layers in Photoshop.
Thanks.

+1000!
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My work in progress right now:
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A George Charpentier wrote:
Have RFF open the last used file, instead of defaulting, as in my case, to the Coffeecup Flexbox tutorial.


While it's not exactly the same, you should be able to have RFF use your own default Theme using "File > New From Theme". Just set up your own theme folder and add your file/s. Then click the "Set as default" checkbox.

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I would like to see the tools panel, on the right side of the programme, responsive. By that I mean the ability to widen it, pull it out towards the left, when necessary, to avoid all the scrolling up and down.

Also, if the element name that has been selected, could be shown on the grey button bar at the top of the programme, it would help if we have to scroll. Then it would always be visible.
Ha en riktig god dag!
Inger, Norway
This site was made before we were able to create components through the app:
Component sharing for RFF, RBB, RSD and SD: https://eikweb.com/sharing/
My work in progress right now:
Components for the same as above + HTML Editor: https://mock-up.coffeecup.com


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I would like to see Foundation Framer merged with features to enable us to create mobile apps, with drag and drop GPS, camera etc. functionality.
Also Can hardly wait for the Wordpress theme builder with Foundation Framer.
Thanks for Listening,
-WMFX
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BadCat Design wrote:
A George Charpentier wrote:
Have RFF open the last used file, instead of defaulting, as in my case, to the Coffeecup Flexbox tutorial.


While it's not exactly the same, you should be able to have RFF use your own default Theme using "File > New From Theme". Just set up your own theme folder and add your file/s. Then click the "Set as default" checkbox.



Thank you for the suggestion. I tried it, but the problem is that it opens the file as a "New File". It's a workaround, but it still involves extra steps, and that was the initial problem.... extra steps to get to work I want to do.

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