How good it would be to implement in the next updates πŸ‘ˆ

How great that in the next updates they implement what is in the chart! It would be excellent and very cool. They are small details, but at the same time they are very useful for the developer.



Thank you for the suggestion. The delete functionality is already implemented with a β€˜clear’ button:


But I am not sure of the purpose of locking the values. If you bind them to static values, there are unmodifiable unless you explicitly decide to do so. So the lock just adds an unnecessary step.

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The lock shall mean to lock the values all to the same value. As far as I understood from the image.

It might happen that the :link: icon could be a better representation of the suggested feature.

Or even the preserve-padding could be another expression to further clarify the feature request.

This may come in handy when you want to set one specific padding for all 4 sides. However, currently, we have to go and set it individually on each side. With the link or unlink feature it could be done in about 80% fewer clicks.


Hello everyone:

The lock, when locked as shown in the image, has an β€œXS 4px” β€œPADDING” in AppGyver. To assign these values, we must do it cell by cell manually. However, if we activate the lock, we only have to assign a value to one cell and the other three will take the same value shown in the example.

When the lock is unlocked, we can assign different values to each cell, as is currently the case in AppGyver. This means we can use any measurement, whether in pixels, percentages, etc.

The trash icon is only for design purposes next to the lock when it is open or closed, it is more of an aesthetic matter. In AppGyver, we can delete the values of all cells independently.

This method is very useful for quickly assigning equal measurements to multiple areas when working with Composer. Many times, on all four sides we have a container with specific equal measurements and, to change them, we could imagine the process we would follow. However, if we only change the value of one cell, it will also change in the other three.

Without mentioning names, here is an image of a very well-known competitor platform that has recently implemented this option (since it helps both AppGyver clients and other competitors’ clients).

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