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Applying object properties to multiple items

rocfusion 6 years ago in Applications / Studio (Server editor) updated by Oksana (expert) 5 years ago 7
Hi,

Take an existing project with a popup or page that contains multiple graphical items. Select those items. Now try to change the feedback to "none" and the hit to "pass through". Go to the states tab, whilst all the items are still selected. Set the image stretch to none and change the font to some thing new. Change to the second state and select a different font and font size.

Now check every item to see that every change made has been done. This does not work as expected.
Not all the items will have changed to properties that have been selected.

This has existed in the GUI editor since version 1.5.

Thanks,

Roger

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Hello,
It has been fixed from iRidium Studio 1.0.0.18511 (beta)

Hello Roger,
I tried to repeat, but I can't reproduce: see video
Please, give us more info about it.

Sincerely yours,

Oksana Storozheva
iRidium mobile Team
Hi Oksana,

Its when the graphical items all have different properties set then it will fail. See the attached project, on Popup 1, every graphical item has to have the same properties set as the "** masterbedroom", (feedback, hit, font, font size, colors, alignment and image stretch) Now select all the items, and try to change those properties. You can make the selection only once. Check all items individually and you will see they do not change.

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Thanks,


Roger
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Dear Roger,

Thank you for your detailed comments.

What we found:
1. Select the items.
2. See the General settings.
3. If after selecting the property Hit = Pass Through and we want to use it for all items (we open the list and select Pass Through again) - then the property will not change.
4. If after selecting the property Hit = Pass Through we want to use another property for all items (we open the list and select Active Touch) - then the property Hit will change to Active Touch for all items.

At that the properties which are set up not with the help of drop-down lists work.

Conclusion: the editor does not apply changes of property to groups of objects if the property is set up from the list and does not visually change comparing ot the one actually displayed on the screen.

We understood the error! Thank you!

Until it is fixed, you can make changes as follows:
First change the property in the drop-down list to any which is not selected at the moment and then change to the one you need -> the property is applied to all items.

Sincerely yours,

Olga Ermakova
iRidium mobile Team
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Hello,
It has been fixed from iRidium Studio 1.0.0.18511 (beta)