pete at mollysrevenge.com
Fri Jan 14 12:26:49 EST 2011
Have you looked at the Image Library under the development menu? I imported a set of icons that I use across several applications. From the library, you can place either an image or a button with it's icon set to an image on any card in your app. I don;t think you can edit the image from within the library so you'd have to edit it's original file then re-import the image set.
On Jan 14, 2011, at 4:35 AM, william humphrey wrote:
> --Rev's icon picker will display images that appear in the current stack if
> you choose "This Stack" from the ---popup menu. But (if I remember right) it
> won't display images in any other stacks, even if they are in the
> ----message hierarchy. You need to make a stack the current one to see what
> images it contains.
> I'm storing all my icon images in a card in the main stack of my
> application. When I'm in other sub-stacks and try to use that image in a new
> button it's not only not visible but sometimes even pasting in the ID
> doesn't work.
> Is there a better way to store all your icons? Ideally I'd like to have a
> particular ID be an "edit" icon the same throughout every card and substack
> and then if I decide to change that icon slightly I would like to do that in
> the place it is stored and then see those changes reflected everywhere that
> ID is. Presently what happens is putting a replacement image in increments
> to a new ID and then changing the ID in that image makes no difference or a
> confusing hodge-podge of difference.
> Any suggestions on a better way to catalogue the interface elements in a
> project and be able to make adjustments in the design easily?
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