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How about a "undo arrow" to undo rather than a drop down box?

and maybe...ability to copy and paste areas of one layout to another?

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Hey Mark

and maybe...ability to copy and paste areas of one layout to another?


You can already do this. I have copied entire columns and rows to another layout in the same project. Or do you mean copy to a completely different project?

The way I would handle this if I were you is make some template layouts in RLMP. I have about 6 different popular layout configurations already made. All I do is open them in RSD and I have a starting point then I would re-arrange from there.
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Fabled_Alpaca . wrote:
Just a quick bug I've found, not sure if it has been mentioned before. When you import an RLMP, some of the image paths change to "online image" as opposed to "local image".

Thanks for pointing that out! We will be adjusting that for the next build.

One thing to mention (if not already stated here as well), after you import an RLM project into RSD that does have an export path defined for images, you need to first add those images into RSD using the same directory structure and then save and re-open your project. This will then update all images to use the Local Image file reference.
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Scott Swedorski wrote:
Fabled_Alpaca . wrote:
Just a quick bug I've found, not sure if it has been mentioned before. When you import an RLMP, some of the image paths change to "online image" as opposed to "local image".

Thanks for pointing that out! We will be adjusting that for the next build.

One thing to mention (if not already stated here as well), after you import an RLM project into RSD that does have an export path defined for images, you need to first add those images into RSD using the same directory structure and then save and re-open your project. This will then update all images to use the Local Image file reference.


Yeah, I know. That's how I stumbled upon that bug. Loving the software so far though!!
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Hey Steve,

Thanks for the reply...Yes I meant from one project to another. But it is good that copying parts of a page in the same project is available.

I'm still working on layouts...I rely on the ones in the layout pack because it seems I can really screw one up on my own :) But I'll keep plugging away.



Steve wrote:
Hey Mark

and maybe...ability to copy and paste areas of one layout to another?


You can already do this. I have copied entire columns and rows to another layout in the same project. Or do you mean copy to a completely different project?

The way I would handle this if I were you is make some template layouts in RLMP. I have about 6 different popular layout configurations already made. All I do is open them in RSD and I have a starting point then I would re-arrange from there.
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Per post by Nils,

Another vote for inserting Semantic data. As in HTML Editor.
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To take what some have alluded to a bit further I would like to see the integration of the accessory programs that people use everyday, the Website Color Schemer is my favorite.
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Alan Chate wrote:
Per post by Nils,

Another vote for inserting Semantic data. As in HTML Editor.

+1
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I always use the ctl/s shortcut keys for saving. How about something for export... maybe ctl/e or something like that.

Also, I ditto the requests for being able to set the export folder, without needing to find the one I use (such as a client's folder, on a different drive) each time I export.
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Suggestion: Ability to create and associate file extensions with a folder as part of the "Default Site set up" in Flat or Modular in the settings.
As an example associate .jpg, .png, .gif with an "img" folder also any other file extensions you may import into the design.
I have some images of what I mean:
Of course the css and js folders are already there, and yes I can set this up each time.
However it is handy to be able to customise the folder structure if needed.
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