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Ok, that will help for the future. Is there a way to add custom "glyphs"? On the layout I am using, it is a driving wheel. I want to change it to something I made and use that instead. Is the best way to accomplish this to just delete that image and use my own image? Or can I import Glyphs?

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Not sure about this, but I think you are limited to the glyphs that are in the programme. But there is a whole lot of them!
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I was actually able to find some suitable ones that would work. How do you change the color of them?
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Hi Michael,

Just click on the icon that you want to changed the color of, go down to typography. There is where that you can changed the color of it.

Please see attached image.(look for yellow highlighted)

Hope this help you out.
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Raj Grewal wrote:
---- Some are desktop down and some are mobile up. So in mobile-up you develop in the narrowest view and it all scales up. In the desktop-down mode, you develop in the widest view and it scales down. -----
Raj


I have customised V1 themes using V2.5 but it is very confusing and I try to stick with V2 themes only now and work mobile up to avoid confusion.
I thought that V2.5 themes were all designed to work mobile-size-up - Is this not correct? If themes are different, how do you tell which are mobile-up and which are computer-down?
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My understanding is that RSD2.5 will handle both mobile-first and desktop-down. Which one it uses is determined by the framework. If the framework is Coffeegrinder, it is desktop-down; otherwise (Bootstrap or Foundation) it is mobile-first. A theme is, of course, a ready-created project which one can edit.

RSD2.5 will not create a new project using the Coffeegrinder framework, but can edit a project already created (e.g. with Responsive Layout Maker or an early version of RSD) using the Coffeegrinder framework. When a project is open, one can see which framework is in use by looking at the box labelled 'Grid' towards the bottom of the Layout panel.

A simple way of seeing whether an open project is mobile-first or desktop-down is to click on the 'Toggle Breakpoints' item towards the top left of the RSD2.5 window, and to select one of the pixel numbers. If the breakpoint slider line is highlighted
(a) from that breakpoint and to the right, it is mobile-first;
(b) from that breakpoint and to the left, it is desktop-down.

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Thanks Frank - i never knew about the highlighted slider line - that is very handy to know.
I did know about the Grid reference on the Layout panel, but i had forgotten that i knew :rolleyes::rolleyes: - so great to be reminded, thanks again.
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