Suggestions for Responsive Site...

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It would be really nice if with RSD (and RLMP) you could hide the right side menu and still have the ability to set/delete/move breakpoints. As it is now Ctrl+K (Preview) hides the breakpoints and the ability to use them. So if you have a breakpoint that is behind the right side menu it is forever hidden from sight.

User 2632733 Photo


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I too have a problem with breakpoints and screen section disappearing behind the right control panel.

Might I suggest that the left screen working panel be made scrollable horizontally when the view is larger than the panel will accommodate, this would allow the user to view any part of a wide screen display, along with its breakpoints, while keeping the control panel available at all times.

Thank you Alan
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Alan Chate wrote:
I too have a problem with breakpoints and screen section disappearing behind the right control panel.

Might I suggest that the left screen working panel be made scrollable horizontally when the view is larger than the panel will accommodate, this would allow the user to view any part of a wide screen display, along with its breakpoints, while keeping the control panel available at all times.

Thank you Alan


Although this would allow for the viewing, I'm putting my vote in to not have that added if the horizontal slide bar is the same as RLMP is at the moment. Right now RLMP will give you a slide bar to show you that your page is not setup correctly. If you add another slide bar to it that may end up confusing people between the two, I personally would rather not have to constantly wonder which slidebar I'm viewing.
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Hallo
Onder setting kunnen voor de head en voet extra html code geplaats worden doordat de blokken nu erg klein zijn is het onoverzichtelijk het zou makkelijker zijn als er met een klik een groter popup venster komt, of het via een plugin met HTML editor (het laatste lijkt me moeilijker)

http://www.schilder-vanveen.nl/test/snagit1.png
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Not sure if it has mentioned but I think yet another cool feature to be implemented is " Scroll-in Animation "
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In OSX RLM, the default export is to the same folder as the RLM project file. It would be very nice for RSD to do the same thing.
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User 2614236 Photo


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Probably mentioned but watch Steve Kolish's video on adding a menu builder navigation. When he adds the menu/html element you never see the actual menu in RSD only that it will be there. It is only when you export etc that you get to see it. Feel that when a menu is built it should appear in RSD so that the position of the menu can be seen in respect alignment with the rest of the page without having to export.
Ie the images load into RSD so they can be seen so surely a menu can as well.
Tony
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Hi
Could you provide a glossary of terms for us non techie people so we can understand things liken Padding, Containers, the different types of images inn Elements, Hero Units etc etc. If you already have one could you make it easier to find.
Regards
David
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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.
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Please could you make a simple way of adding non-breaking spaces "&nbsp" into paragraphs, addresses etc. to improve control of how text will wrap as the page width alters.

Typing &#160 seems to do the job, but would it be possible to use say <Shift>+<Space> to achieve the same thing?

Thanks.

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