I just noticed the “In style” checkbox in the property editor. It seems to appear for the non-dynamic properties.
I couldn’t find it mentioned in the reference or manual. Anyone know what it means? If I click it, does that mean it will be, like, totally “vogue”?
Maybe custom style feature?
It means that this property will be included in the style definition for the element. So when a user installs it he/she can save these specific options as a style that can be reused.
Okay - I have three colors in a chart that are specified in a plugin
I have In Style checked for each
I have the pluging cab_plugin_chart showing up in the styles, but I do not see anyway to apply any atributes to that plugin,
How do I style my plugins three attributes in a style sheet?
It’s not for CSS, these show up in the element’s Bubble style.
Go look at the humble text element. See how it has a style dropdown? Go edit the style or look at the Styles tab in your app.
That’s the “style” we’re talking about here.
It basically means that a user can save that property as a style. This way it can be reused
But how does it show up in the style editor for changing globablly?
Got it finally, it allowed me to save a style associated with those elements that had inspector editing turned on, color and font size, etc.