Gloabally changing fonts for all headings, paragrphs etc

dave shared this question 6 years ago
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Hi, I am just trying JIM for the first time. I could not see an answer to this, can you have default text sizes for headings and paragraphs, so you can edit the actual text of pages, but then if you need to change font, colour or size of say all H3 headings across the whole site, this can be changes easily

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I'm afraid there is no way to do that automatically.

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that is a big shame Victor.


I thought I might have been able to create a widget called "heading One" drag this on to page, edit text etc.


Then on templates, if I had the ability to add my own widgets, I could change the default font size etc there so if I changed the default template style for that widget, it would update everything.


Would be a big improvement, the thought of having 50 pages as layout and then someone saying change all headings to 18px, would be pretty time consuming and quite boring.


In fact its the only thing I have found that would be an issue for me - in all other respects I like the software a lot.

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Well, in fact we already plan to have it in some release but I doubt we can have it by the end of this year.

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Is this ready yet? I want to use Comic Sans everywhere so it is obvious this is a prototype (otherwise my users give UI feedback, which isn't what I want).

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Not yet, sorry.

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ETA?

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Not sure if this is the same question or not, but I would like to know if there's the ability to change the default text from Arial 12pt.


Would be good to have that in the preferences. Maybe I'm missing something.


Please advise


Thanks,


Justin

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That's the same question I had. Doesn't look possible at the moment. Hoping there is an ETA on when this will be ready. Not a deal breaker for me but would love it b/c I want to use a font that is a bit more cartoony to convey the nature that these prototypes are just temporary prototypes and don't need to be evaluated for look and feel.

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you can use the default template style for that. select the default template an right click on it. then select template styles and define the font for each of the text widgets

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That's pretty awesome. Thanks Victor!

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you can use the default template style for that. select the default template an right click on it. then select template styles and define the font for each of the text widgets

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you can use the default template style for that. select the default template an right click on it. then select template styles and define the font for each of the text widgets

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Oh sweet.Thanks!