If you have a problem that you think we can help you solve we’re more than will to take a look at it. Especially if you think it is due to one of my tools I offer.
Will do. Sometimes it’s hard to tell the boundaries between RW and plugins, Themes, etc. Case and point. Your suggestions on changing Foundry Control Center paragraph to “White.”
I wish I had a video of what was happening last night. Kept me up until 11pm trying to resolve.
For no reason colors within my Foundry based stack just started shifting. Specifically the Backdrop background gradient color. Was set and worked perfectly, for days. then for no reason I’m aware of… could have been caused by RW crash… IDK>. The privacy message text goes from Black (the setting in foundry you mentioned) to White. on all pages. Close RW, restart following day… it’s back to normal.
My larger point is support and quality. And in my mind as a user, any form that talks about this product or its related products that have such blurry boundaries is an open space for the overall ecosystem and community it creates.
None of this is free (time, plugins to fill gaps, support subs, updates) . Tho I’m sure many who develop in the space are very under valued. It’s really about the customer. And RW and it’s ecosystem demands ALOT from its customer.
In this case you would avoid setting your paragraph text in the main Foundry Control Center to white.
Speaking of Theme controls… what purpose does the “Master Style” panel have, it some times aligns with Foundry when set to “Theme Default” and some times doesn’t. It has several options listed as “page styles”… again this panel appears and disappears at random and can freak me out when it appears to take over my already complete designs before flipping back. BTW All of my plug-ins and software say their up-to-date and Rosetta is installed on my M1 Mac. I noticed these behaviors from the beginning on intel Mac too. I suspect RW doesn’t like being sandboxed, but that’s my guess.
If you’re having issues with compatibility or crashes be sure to reach out to Realmac Support (firstname.lastname@example.org) as only they can help you with that. Myself, or other users here, are not going to be able to address these concerns for you.
It’s unclear who to speak to honestly… I’d say half the time its finger pointing.
We’re going to skip poking the hornets next so-to-speak here in a thread that is about CSS and whether Foundry interacts with RapidWeaver’s built-in privacy alert popup. There’s plenty of other areas of the internet that these things can be debated.
Again, I’m attempting to provide constructive feedback to a product I like and a team of developers I respect. As what I believe is the target customer for this ecosystem of products, I hope it’s received as intended.