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Parallax implementation into Sitedesigner, like this ...
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rvanheukelum wrote:
Parallax implementation into Sitedesigner, like this ...


Very cool and it would be a great addition to SD5.

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I asked this a long time ago - but a feature that showed ALL assets in use by the project (maybe a green dot on the resources icon) would help in cleaning up unused images, etc.

Unless this has been added and I missed it somehow?
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How about introducing a pixel ruler for both the horizontal & vertical axis as well as adding a drag bar at the bottom. I think this will help tremendously when sizing objects during the design of websites for various screen resolutions. See attached example.
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How about creating a couple of button thingies in the resources folder, similar to the ones in the elements tree where you can
https://sdrive-storage.s3.amazonaws.com/mawarputih/5fb3125a0ed6b6/32476637/expand-<br />
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especially useful for those that have lots of folders with lots of content

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Wayan Jaya Space Cadet wrote:
How about creating a couple of button thingies in the resources folder, similar to the ones in the elements tree where you can
https://sdrive-storage.s3.amazonaws.com/mawarputih/5fb3125a0ed6b6/32476637/expand-<br />
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especially useful for those that have lots of folders with lots of content


Another fine idea Wayan.
The link was a little confusing so this might help.
https://sdrive-storage.s3.amazonaws.com/mawarputih/5fb3125a0ed6b6/32476637/expand-collapse.png
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Thanks for fixing that it was 2.00 am so a little bit bleary eyed, that's my excuse and I am sticking to it. :(

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Noor Mohamed wrote:
SD3 - In Expreession 4 software ther was a facility to creat a template of index file ending in .dwt; this allowed me to make some arteas non editable and some editable. I would use the .dwt and create a webpage then edit the editable areas. In .dwt file if I add extra menu item, it would do it automatically to all the pages.
Please do have that feature like .dwt in the future update. thank you.


This is already a feature!
Check out symbols.
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Webby wrote:
Noor Mohamed wrote:
SD3 - In Expression 4 software there was a facility to create a template of index file ending in .dwt; this allowed me to make some areas non editable and some editable. I would use the .dwt and create a webpage then edit the editable areas. In .dwt file if I add extra menu item, it would do it automatically to all the pages.
Please do have that feature like .dwt in the future update. thank you.


This is already a feature!
Check out symbols.


Yes I got to it many months ago when I received info about Symbols from CC. Thank you.
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I would like to see a way to see exactly what image is used (the full name) when looking at the element tree or maybe referenced at the bottom of the main window like the structure is listed. It's not easy to locate which version/size of an image is being used or what the name of the image is. Right now you can't even scroll on the image name to see the name if it is longer than the window.
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