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When importing CSS styles everything is treated as a tag attribute

Thread began 3/03/2011 7:02 pm by YellowCircleWeb | Last modified 3/04/2011 12:24 pm by YellowCircleWeb | 1297 views | 6 replies


When importing CSS styles everything is treated as a tag attribute

I'm testing the 3.01 release of HTML Editor. When I'm importing css styles from a stylesheet into the HTML Editor Styles list every style I import is treated as a tag attribute, not as a CSS class.

This means that although they now display in the editor's 'Styles' drop-down menu, they're all completely useless as they don't show the styling - i.e. if I have a class called blueText I want that entry to appear in blue in the drop-down.

The only way to achieve this is to manually enter the a CSS class value in the HTML Editor Styles List for each and every style, thus making this update no different than the original release when it wasn't possible to import styles from a stylesheet.

Am I doing something wrong? Or is this yet another bug?

See the attached screenshot for an example of what I mean - I added the CSS class manually - the Tag Attribute was inserted by the editor. This is the case with each of the classes shown.

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