Feel free to add your feedback related to Cwicly’s Relative Styling feature here.
Allow custom input to write the CSS, instead of building it visually.
I think that would be a decent compromise for all users.
The option to build classes visually persists, and it makes sense for quite a few users, but no one would be forced to go that (in many cases) cumbersome route.
There are also cases which aren’t covered and could only be achieved by a customType.
It’s a massive trade-off for me, as it takes just too much time.
There were discussions in the past, but unfortunately no update/news to date.
This is a very good point, thanks for bringing this up @sunny.
Another use case which is currently not possible would be something like this:
Relative Styling not only gives one the possibility to create classes but also to manage them in a specific place.
That’s why I think it would still make sense if it’s possible to remove the block/global class as a default selector and start completely from scratch.