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Bosco wrote:
Please, for the love of sanity, when opening the cpm inside of SD, make it open in the center of the page, and from then on, open in the last location that it was opened. Constantly moving it on my screen is getting on my third to the last nerve and I don't think I can spare any!

Thank you in advance!

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I like it opening bottom right so unfortunately it a -100¼ vote from me

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Bottom right is ok for me too, but on my laptop it opens too far bottom and too far right. I have to reposition it every time to be able to click on the buttons.
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Inger wrote:
Bottom right is ok for me too, but on my laptop it opens too far bottom and too far right. I have to reposition it every time to be able to click on the buttons.


Get a bigger laptop :D

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Then I would need a bigger lap :P
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Bosco wrote:
Please, for the love of sanity, when opening the cpm inside of SD, make it open in the center of the page, and from then on, open in the last location that it was opened.

Although the matter isn't an irritant for me*, I think Bosco's suggestion is a good one, especially as in my experience Color Palette Manager, when run simply as a program outside Site Designer, does precisely what Bosco requests: it
(a) always opens itself where one last had it open on the screen;
(b) always, when one clicks on the 'Edit Color Palette' button, initially opens it in the middle of the main window of the program, and thereafter opens it wherever one previously put it.

Frank

* Happily I don't need a laptop, and SD's built-in Color Palette editor always opens fully visible on my screen. FC
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Hi Hans Top and CC Team Developers,

I would be nice to buildin CSS3 Animation in the Site Designer v4.0

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STEFKE wrote:
Hi Hans Top and CC Team Developers,

I would be nice to buildin CSS3 Animation in the Site Designer v4.0

With Kind regards
Stephane


take a look: https://www.webanimator.com/
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buildin CSS3 Animation in the Site Designer v4.0

I suspect Coffeecup have some other priorities.
Besides, who needs those fairground bells and whistles? Usually they only distract from the message that one is trying to convey to the visitors. But I'll admit that many designers can't resist to use their new toys.
I adhere to: "In der beschraenkung zeigt sich der Meister".

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Hennie wrote:
buildin CSS3 Animation in the Site Designer v4.0

I suspect Coffeecup have some other priorities.
Besides, who needs those fairground bells and whistles? Usually they only distract from the message that one is trying to convey to the visitors. But I'll admit that many designers can't resist to use their new toys.
I adhere to: "In der beschraenkung zeigt sich der Meister".


Well if you know what you are doing and do it right but don't overdo it then animation can enhance the message and lead visitors to action whatever it is you want them to do. Some animation adds to visitors visual experience rather than looking at yet another brick in the wall site.

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Hennie wrote:
buildin CSS3 Animation in the Site Designer v4.0

I adhere to: "In der beschraenkung zeigt sich der Meister".

+1
Genau! (exactly!) ;)
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