Suggestions for CoffeeCup Layout...

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Feature Request
It maybe stupid feature request which I know we can add this later on while editing with any CSS or HTML editor.

However , have a look at to this video which I guess I could express myself better by this way.

http://www.feizsite.com/CoffeeCup/rlm/f … ature.html
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Mansour ... wrote:
Feature Request
It maybe stupid feature request which I know we can add this later on while editing with any CSS or HTML editor.

However , have a look at to this video which I guess I could express myself better by this way.

http://www.feizsite.com/CoffeeCup/rlm/f … ature.html

What you want to accomplish you do after you export a layout. In a layout/mockup that sort of feature does not quite make sense. With our Responsive Site Designer I could see that being more of a feature there.

Nice video BTW. ;)
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Jo Ann wrote:
That's awesome Lucia, thanks very very much! :)


You're welcome Jo Ann!

I'm happy to tell you that the image name is now editable! And with an extra that you'll like!:)
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Yeaaaaaa Can't wait to see what the extra is! :)
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Lucía de Francisco wrote:
Jo Ann wrote:
That's awesome Lucia, thanks very very much! :)


You're welcome Jo Ann!

I'm happy to tell you that the image name is now editable! And with an extra that you'll like!:)


Oooohhh can't wait. Do you know when the next update will be released Licia?
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We are working on it, hopefully today but next week tops ;)
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One thing that is kinda a pain is when you think you have the page just perfect and you get all the content added to the frame work, but then you decide that you want to change your breakpoints, hide some elements, add some elements. As far as I can tell and from the testing I have done so far this is not possible. I have had success changing the styles without over-writing content!

I know I am asking for the world on a platter! I may need to accept the fact that any way you look at it Responsive design takes time, a lot of time :D

I have a feeling that doing something like this will be a lot easier when the Responsive Site Designer comes out.

Anyways that's my 2 cents.
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Working with the RLMP, and I found some things that are nagging me. Maybe I just haven't found it out yet, but here goes:
1. Change the properties of a series of items of the same kind as a batch process (I was having 8 buttons and would have liked to change margin/padding on all at once).
2. Image sizes; make a 'custom' one for images that don't fit into the given sizes.
3. Colour picker: It's a hassle having to move the wee slider down to the colour I want, every time. Could it be made clickable, so if you want red, you click on red instead of moving the sliders?
4. Colour picker again: Create an option for it to remember the last chosen colour, so that next time you need it, it will already be selected. Or some way to save custom colours, like you have in most Win colour pickers.
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Inger wrote:

3. Colour picker: It's a hassle having to move the wee slider down to the colour I want, every time. Could it be made clickable, so if you want red, you click on red instead of moving the sliders?
4. Colour picker again: Create an option for it to remember the last chosen colour, so that next time you need it, it will already be selected. Or some way to save custom colours, like you have in most Win colour pickers.


Could you integrate the "Common Colour Box" http://blog.coffeecup.com/?post=fresh-brew-html-editor-128-has-arrived into RLMP?
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Yeah, That would be great! Good idea!
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