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Allow to style elements without adding a class

When styling elements you need to add a class first before you can change anything. This is the preferred way when creating reusable styles and works great. But this gets cumbersome if you need to change just a little something for just a particular element. Say a text color or a margin. What about creating a hidden generic class name if you change anything on a element and no class is already present. Something like an option that says “apply style to this element only”. It would make styling more direct, prevents the style manager from becoming crowded with funny one-time-only class names and also might be more easy to grasp for new designers who don’t know yet what css classes are…

Hope you like it.

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+1 I agree about this.

The previous UI had an extra “when inside of” which I thought was good. What happened to that?