Add support for custom fonts and custom icon fonts in the ThemeBuilder Pro.
The functionality will include the upload of custom fonts. Users can use uploaded fonts as a font family for selected component parts.
If the font is an icon font after the upload in the ThemeBuilder the users will be able to choose which icon to use from this font via the Content editor in the Property grid.
I have a pro subscription for the new theme builder app and want to create a custom variable that is neither a color nor typography related but cannot find a way to do this.
My use case is that I want to create a variable that has a size (such as 5px) that I can then assign to the margin property of a number of components. I could then adjust this property and all the components would update at once (the same as changing the primary-color changes all components).
How would I acheive this?
The Themebuilder is way too narrow for me to style the product we are building properly. As a designer, I would like to be able to style most properties using a tool like that. E.g. I cannot style the grid except 3-4 properties. The example grid has no hierarchy, and most grid functions are not there for me to see/style. I have worked with your competition Infragistics before, and they have a very flexible AppStylist that allows me to change all style properties. I would like you to build something like that! And, of course, be able to import current CSS and not start from scratch every time...
It's great to be able to change *colors* of your themes, but many times the worst thing about your themes is the amount of padding/line-height you've chosen. Please allow Theme Builder to customize that, OR at the very least give us an option like GMail used to do (don't know if they still do) where you can have "cozy", "comfortable", "small", "huge", etc. A great example of how odd too much padding can be is right here on this page. When typing this new suggestion, the drop-down box to choose a "category" has wasted height.
We need a way to load/save themes. The theme editor is honestly not very useful as it is. This surely can't be hard to allow a user to upload a file and use that as the basis for making changes. A one-off configuration is not how development works. There was one ticket similar to this that was marked as fixed but bookmarking and loading from a page is a poor and easy way out way to do this imho.
I am using the Sass ThemeBuilder to regenerate stylesheets with the themes that we use on our site in order to get the latest version of the styles. One of those styles includes the color Blue Gray. I am able to select and download all other styles and colors except for when I select Blue Gray. When I select the color and click download I receive the a `500 - Internal Server Error`.