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I said it before, but I have thought this out further. I would like to nominate a new shortcut key sequence. CTRL +U would open the current element in the "View Element Code" window. Image attached for reference. It would save a couple of clicks. Not everyone has good dexterity.
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Hi all
this may have been suggested before if so sorry

How about
If one changes the name of a page Site Designer automatically changes all the links pointing to that page to point to the new name
(a bit like what happens now if you change an image name, )

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Breakpoint nervs
It is easy - just obne click - to add a breakpoint - but it takes minutes or so to remove it.
I often jump betweern different breakpoints to see and change the Design and layout for the different viewports.
On every work session my cursor is sometimes going a little bit to high and zack there is a new breakpoint interrupting my work.
Couldnt there be a warning first like "You're going to set a new breakpoint ... yes or no"
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I like that suggestion.
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Mich ael wrote:
Breakpoint nervs
It is easy - just obne click - to add a breakpoint - but it takes minutes or so to remove it.
I often jump betweern different breakpoints to see and change the Design and layout for the different viewports.
On every work session my cursor is sometimes going a little bit to high and zack there is a new breakpoint interrupting my work.
Couldnt there be a warning first like "You're going to set a new breakpoint ... yes or no"


This happens to me all the time too! Great suggestion!
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Mich ael wrote:
Breakpoint nervs
It is easy - just obne click - to add a breakpoint - but it takes minutes or so to remove it.
I often jump betweern different breakpoints to see and change the Design and layout for the different viewports.
On every work session my cursor is sometimes going a little bit to high and zack there is a new breakpoint interrupting my work.
Couldnt there be a warning first like "You're going to set a new breakpoint ... yes or no"


This happens a lot to me also. I mentioned this is a previous post that it was way too easy to set a breakpoint by mistake. What if you had to hold down a command or control key along with the mouse click to set a new breakpoint. I have a couple of sites with custom breakpoints and I have to be very careful not accidentally add a new breakpoint and not remembering which breakpoint is the one I added for a specific reason... hope that they listen to these suggestions.
John Ferguson
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John Ferguson wrote:
Mich ael wrote:
Breakpoint nervs
It is easy - just obne click - to add a breakpoint - but it takes minutes or so to remove it.
I often jump betweern different breakpoints to see and change the Design and layout for the different viewports.
On every work session my cursor is sometimes going a little bit to high and zack there is a new breakpoint interrupting my work.
Couldnt there be a warning first like "You're going to set a new breakpoint ... yes or no"


This happens a lot to me also. I mentioned this is a previous post that it was way too easy to set a breakpoint by mistake. What if you had to hold down a command or control key along with the mouse click to set a new breakpoint. I have a couple of sites with custom breakpoints and I have to be very careful not accidentally add a new breakpoint and not remembering which breakpoint is the one I added for a specific reason... hope that they listen to these suggestions.


I should poke Bob and see what he says!
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Mich ael wrote:
Breakpoint nervs
It is easy - just one click - to add a breakpoint - but it takes minutes or so to remove it.

Just as removing breakpoints requires clicking on the minus button in the breakpoint line, it would seem logical and easy to require clicking on the plus button in the breakpoint line to add a breakpoint.

This would simply involve removing the facility to create (often accidentally) breakpoints by clicking in the breakpoint line.

Frank
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Frank Cook wrote:
Mich ael wrote:
Breakpoint nervs
It is easy - just one click - to add a breakpoint - but it takes minutes or so to remove it.

Just as removing breakpoints requires clicking on the minus button in the breakpoint line, it would seem logical and easy to require clicking on the plus button in the breakpoint line to add a breakpoint.

This would simply involve removing the facility to create (often accidentally) breakpoints by clicking in the breakpoint line.

Frank


Totally agree Frank! I don't really understand why something like this hasn't been used since there have been a lot of users complaining about how easy it is to set a breakpoint accidentally. Maybe in the next update...
John Ferguson
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Suggestion: ability to publish one page vs the entire project (especially helpful for troubleshooting / previewing)
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