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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.
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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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Steve Kolish
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https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCL8qVv … ttneYaMSJA

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