allioop70 wrote:1. When creating a new style, it would be nice if the CSS Style Selection dialog would let me specify whether the style is for an HTML element, a class, or an id. Right now, when you click on the "..." for the CSS Style Selection dialog, the Style Name box is populated with a pre-populated style name that doesn't have the "." or the "#" to identify it as a class or an id style, if you click create and specify some style attributes, the style doesn't work because it isn't properly "named." If you add the "." prefix to the name, then create it, it works fine. The "#", id, style doesn't appear to work at all.
allioop70 wrote:2. The CSS Style Selection dialog does not provide the functionality to actually select a style for the widget. My initial assumption was that if I selected a style in the list and clicked ok, that the style would be applied to my widget, but it isn't.
allioop70 wrote:3. Once a style is selected on the widget property panel, you can't remove it, you have to go to the code to remove it, even if the style has been removed from the css file manually or through the Style Selector
allioop70 wrote:4. Finally, if I create my own style in the CSS Style Selector, it doesn't work, only the pre-populated names provided seem to work. So support should be added for user created styles.
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