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FR: Ability Bolden or Emphasize fields (especially within replicators) #1407

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beckysoll opened this Issue May 5, 2017 · 0 comments

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beckysoll commented May 5, 2017

I love replicators, and i love replicators within replicators. I've thought many times to myself while working in them... wouldn't it be nice if we could make a certain field within each set emphasized i some way, bolder, or larger, or with a background color, or with some visual queue that says hey, this is a thing your eyeball should catch while scanning?

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Working on a restaurant website. I've got a collection of menus, each menu has a replicator that builds out menu sections (eg. omelets, sandwiches, salads, etc.) and a replicator within that one for building out individual menu items, each menu item has a handful of fields: title, descriptions, price, additions, etc. This all works great, but once we've built out the menu a bit, it's a LOTof same size and weight text, and if you're scanning through the page looking for the Johnny Cash Skillet so you can update the list of ingredients, it's a bit hard on the eyes to find. Yes you can (and i do) command f to find it, but I do think being able to emphasis visually for those people who aren't comfortable with keyboard commands, it would be very helpful.

I've attached a quick and dirty example of what i'm talking about:
statamic-replicator-emphasized-fields

@beckysoll beckysoll changed the title from Ability Bolden or Emphasize fields (especially within replicators) to FR: Ability Bolden or Emphasize fields (especially within replicators) May 12, 2017

@jasonvarga jasonvarga closed this Oct 18, 2017

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