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Got 2 files out of three styles selected for export
What the 'Overwrite?' is about? I guess, it means you can overwrite already saved file, right?
What's xml good for?
i selected them all and they were exported (lightningly' fast ;-) as separate xml files
I think there should be some sort of option to combine or not.
BTW, of course! i made a style for that page but it only covers the part where there's a code, #top (for background). But if a code is small, it leaves the white bg which i can't figure out, DOMi says 'styles' but it doesn't work. * doesn't work either. Any ideas?
If you're going to implement selective combined export, maybe you can also add an option to name that file?... Just a thought.I'm beginning to like that info window ;-) Thanks, ChoGGi!
Oh, wow! Now, if only it would fill the description for me too .... ;-)
What 'toolbar menu to add a style'? Which toolbar? to add to what? Are we talking about the Style Info window?
I think you need to mention that "... right click takes you to the /edit page AND REPLACES the code'". Could be a mess if you don't realize it does ;-)
I still don't get it. When would this happen ( the Refresh)?
There's something else i meant to say for a while now. The Install button. I found i never use it. I use Save and Close instead. Either after editing a style i'm installing or not. So, maybe we don't need it there at all ( to save space )?
focus follow mouse (Windows and Mac users won't know what I'm talking about)
Not bad. I don't see where is the advantage of a separate extension and why this one could not just be included in Stylish, but I guess Jason and you might have good reasons not to do so.
Posted By: ChoGGii think i could do that (did something like that for the info search)which windows?best to make it an option though, i'd say most people use esc to close it
Posted By: AgneloI don't see where is the advantage of a separate extension and why this one could not just be included in Stylish
It's about preventing the damned Escape key to kill the Stylish window.
I think a confirmation dialog before killing that window if it contains unsaved text will be great.
One more good point for this is: The end user (who never plans to create styles due to the lack of knowledge, but wants to use them for convenience) is better off with a straight and simple GUI - while the style developers (errm, i.e. most of us here) can take advantage of more features (which are quite meaningless for the before mentioned end user). So the former just installs Stylish - whilest the latter adds Stylish-Custom on top of that.
Funnily I never had that issue, though I use the floating focus as well as vi - guess my mind bound "vi" to a text console and would never expect it in some graphical interface, and thus makes the correct conclusion to not press Escape
If ChoGGi makes that an option, I don't have to digg into the topic - I just wanted to mention one can easily change the hotkeys using thekeyconfig extension...