Suggestions for Responsive Site...

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John Kemp wrote:
I would like a facility whereby a "group of elements" that is common across several pages (e..g. a footer consisting of images, text, links and other elements) could be updated in one place and the changes would automatically propagate to all other pages that contain that same group of elements.

At the moment it is easy to create the group the first time (e.g. as a row) and then paste it to multiple pages but if I subsequently make a change to the content of any element within the group I have to re-paste either the updated element or the whole group to all of my pages which is time consuming and prone to error.

+1 :)

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Hi guys, apologies if already mentioned. But would it be a possibility to open multiple projects at once? It's something that even in RLM I wished for as there's often moments when I go how the hell did I do that in that project and use the other as reference. Also be good for cut and copying code to other projects. Hope that makes sense.

Cheers
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Would it be possible to add a new TAG called noscript. Or is there another way of implementing <noscript></noscript> rows.
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If this hasn't been suggested already....

It would be extremely nice if the outlines of the rows & columns adjusted based on the background. When using a dark background, it is almost impossible to see the outlines of the rows and columns when they are selected.
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Brian Durfee wrote:
If this hasn't been suggested already....

It would be extremely nice if the outlines of the rows & columns adjusted based on the background. When using a dark background, it is almost impossible to see the outlines of the rows and columns when they are selected.


+1
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Brian Durfee wrote:
If this hasn't been suggested already....

It would be extremely nice if the outlines of the rows & columns adjusted based on the background. When using a dark background, it is almost impossible to see the outlines of the rows and columns when they are selected.

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+1 for making the grid items more viewable on a black or dark background!
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A feature for all Href links to browse to source in local disk folder will be cool instead typing the path.
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A few small items that could maybe happen in both RSD and RLMP.
Please add an Export button to RLMP. It is so nice in RSD to have an Export button.
Add the Page Changer Thingy from RLMP to RSD.
Also switch the position of the Hero elements in RSD to match their position in RLMP (Small Hero on left and Hero on right).
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ChefScott wrote:
A few small items that could maybe happen in both RSD and RLMP.
Please add an Export button to RLMP. It is so nice in RSD to have an Export button.
Add the Page Changer Thingy from RLMP to RSD.
Also switch the position of the Hero elements in RSD to match their position in RLMP (Small Hero on left and Hero on right).


+1
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