Suggestions for Responsive Email...

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We'd love a "find and replace" option for text that can search the underlying code, to which we don't have access, and change things we have in multiple places.

Use case:
We have a featured product in our newsletter with a photo linked, a name that it's the title and alt text, and a text line below the photo also linked.
Next newsletter we want to replace that item with a new one. The title, alt, and text line, as well as all places that item number appears in image source and link targets, could all be find/replaced quicker and with fewer errors.

We can imagine a number of other uses as well.

Thanks.
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I know version 4.0 is eminent but, the ability to add Litmus (or your favorite ESP) tracking code into the footer or end of the email between </table> and </body> tags would be a real welcome edition for me. Having to add this in in a text editor is easy enough but maintaining a living, breathing version of each email of the campaign inside RED would be way more efficient.
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Any chance you'll have a 64-bit Mac OS (Catalina) version available soon?
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I am using RED to enhance the email output generated in Web Form Builder.
I would like to see a similar condition/rule-based display option in RED for text fields, or some means of importing text fields (not input fields) from WFB (if they are displaying in the form), where I already use the rule-based display option. This facility enables one to use one form for multiple different selections, each with their own related texts.
This is what I want to replicate in RED.
Thank you
Nick
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Hi, I would love if you could swap out different images per device/breakpoint. So - display 1 image at the max viewpoint and at each breakpoint use an alternative smaller image that is optimised for smaller devices.

Another request would be to hide different elements or whole sections based on the breakpoint. So you can really curate what users see on different devices.

Thanks, Kate
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Kate Thornell wrote:
Hi,

Another request would be to hide different elements or whole sections based on the breakpoint. So you can really curate what users see on different devices.

Thanks, Kate


Use "Display = none"
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I might suggest two ideas:

1: Swap columns with media queries. Especially useful for mobile when you rows that have two columns that have alternating elements that need to stack in a sensible way.

2: "Display" = none that works on rows and not just columns and elements with media queries. Currently, this will not work on rows per the developer.
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Roy Myers wrote:
I might suggest two ideas:

1: Swap columns with media queries. Especially useful for mobile when you rows that have two columns that have alternating elements that need to stack in a sensible way.

2: "Display" = none that works on rows and not just columns and elements with media queries. Currently, this will not work on rows per the developer.


These things work in browsers because the browsers interpret them and display what we intend. Do email programs and apps support media queries and display none on rows?
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