[self-interest] Selecting more than 1 Submorphs?
janpaulbultmann at me.com
Wed Feb 16 07:51:17 UTC 2011
Srry my iPhone killed some sense :)
When changing prototypes, only new objects change unless coppied down. Traits will, die to some abstractions in inheritance, pass on manipulations imediately.
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On 16.02.2011, at 08:40, Jan-Paul Bultmann <janpaulbultmann at me.com> wrote:
> You have two options im my opinion :)
> Find out what Prototype and Traits those similar objects have and manipulate them. everything new created will now look as desired, if prototypes were changed as well, otherwise everything will change ediately.
> Morphs are kept in a tree, whereas the elements you want propably have a similar path from the node that is the menu you want to change the font of.
> You could filter the objects you want and then map the manipulation over them.
> Cheers jan
> On 16.02.2011, at 06:26, Duke Normandin <dukeofperl at ml1.net> wrote:
>> How do I go about selecting more than one labelMorph from the
>> Submorphs menu? The Submorph contains numerous lines of text. I want
>> to select them all, and change some of their common properties - like
>> the font type and font color.
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