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Hi.

Of course, the new interface in SP PB since version 3.3 is a great solution. But there is one thing that has become much worse. This is the location and functionality of the page css field.

This field is often used. Therefore, it should be in quick access. In the previous version, it was possible to work with addon settings and open this field without having to exit addon settings. Now, you need to exit the addon settings and do a lot of clicks to access it.

The absence of the Apply button results in the need to reload the page or open an additional tab with live viewing to view the changes. It is very uncomfortable.

The size of the field is also very inconvenient. The popup in the old version of SP PB was much better.

It has long been asked to do in this field tips on the code, as is done in the css field of a separate add-on.

Your closest competitors always keep a call to the css editor of the page with a separate button, without having to make a lot of clicks. And any changes in it are immediately visible directly in the editor.

It would be just great if you thought about user experience and corrected this situation in the next updates.

8 Answers

Paul Frankowski - Staff

More than a month ago #Permalink
Hi,
thanks, and sorry, indeed it could be better designed.

Separate button - good idea.

I will ask for update.

Pavel

More than a month ago #Permalink
Hi,
thanks, and sorry, indeed it could be better designed.

Separate button - good idea.

I will ask for update.

Thank you, Paul

Paul Frankowski - Staff

More than a month ago #Permalink
Quick Question, in your opinion where is better to put Custom CSS code link ?
a) In "Tool" Menu
OR
b) as a separate Button in main toolbar

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Pavel

More than a month ago #Permalink
b) as a separate Button in main toolbar


Of the options you have suggested, preferred option B. But it would be great to create option C.
Independent button, which is located somewhere, that would not have to go out of the add-on settings. Popup css editor
http://dl3.joxi.net/drive/2018/10/13/0008/0401/545169/69/827fdc8954.png

Paul Frankowski - Staff

More than a month ago #Permalink
Pavel, you talk about custom CSS for chosen Addon or global (whole page) ?

Pavel

More than a month ago #Permalink
Pavel, you talk about custom CSS for chosen Addon or global (whole page) ?

I talk about global, whole page. It often happens when you need to quickly copy the class from the global css page and paste into the Css Class field a separate add-on. And vice versa. For this, the most convenient option is when you don’t have to leave the addon settings, or you can simply open the pop-up window of the global css editor. As it was before.
Addon settings and css pages are open at the same time - it was the best option.
http://dl3.joxi.net/drive/2018/10/13/0008/0401/545169/69/caeb7ad286.png
This can be improved more if you make a non-lightbox pop-up window, but a modal window that can be dragged with the mouse across the entire screen.

Pavel

More than a month ago #Permalink
Example
http://dl3.joxi.net/drive/2018/10/13/0008/0401/545169/69/736f4f565a.gif

Paul Frankowski - Staff

More than a month ago #Permalink
Yes, now is all clear. Thanks a lot.


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