When you create a textbox on one device, for example, that text and anything inside the textbox is automatically created on the other two devices. Once created, you can start setting styles on the textbox, such as the font-family, font-size, and color. Readz gives you the option to decide if the changes you’re making on one device should affect all devices or not. You’ll find this setting above the options for font and element style. This is called "Styling Version" and you can read more about it here.
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Examples of styling you might want to affect ‘all’ are font families, color, bolding, or underlines. Examples of styling changes you might not want to affect ‘all’ are font size and line height.
Saving your styling settings is very easy. Once you’ve set all the styling options for an element, click on the menu icon below “Styling Version,” and select “Save As a New Style.”
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Give your new style a name and press the check symbol or enter.
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Now you’ll be able to select other elements or even highlight bits of text and select the style you saved from the drop-down menu.
If you ever want to go back and change how a set of elements are styled, you can change it all at once by updating the applied style. Select one of the elements or some text containing the applied style, change the properties to whatever you'd like, open the dropdown list of styles, click the style that you wish to update and select “Update to Match Selection.” Anything using that style will reflect the changes you made.
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Examples of styling you might have affect ‘all’ are font-families, color, bolding, underlines. Examples of styling changes you may not want to be affecting ‘all’ are font-size and line-height.
Saving your styling settings is very easy. Once you’ve set all the styling options for an element, click on the menu icon below where it says “Styling Version:”. “Save As a New Style”
Give your new style a name and press the check symbol.
Now, you’ll be able to select other elements and even highlight bits of text in your project and from the drop-down, select the style you saved in your palette.
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If you ever want to go back and change how a set of elements looks that has the same style applied, you can change it all at once by updating the style. Select one of the elements or some text that has the style applied, change its properties to how you would like it to look, open the dropdown list of styles, then click the menu on the style that you wish you update and select “Update to Match Selection”. Anything using that style will reflect the changes you just made.
Styles
The styling palette allows users to save styling settings for reuse. Users can also decide if styling changes to an element should be used on a single device or on all devices.
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