It is very important to have a plan before starting making changes to the elements in a project. All changes are recorded by the app and need to be made in an orderly sequence.
The best way to do this is using a top down approach. This is, do first all the global changes and then, if needed, make the individual changes.
1. Making a Global Change
For this example we are going to change the the font type, size and color globally. The logic is the same across all elements of the app.
Before making any change save your work. Then check that the 'Make Changes To All Elements' button is ON - The default setting is always OFF.
Go to the 'Inspector' tab >> 'Text Style'. Then click once on a paragraph to activate it.
We are going to change the font globally, so we open the Google fonts database by clicking on the font menu drop-down and click on Google Fonts.
Select a font by clicking on it.
All the paragraphs in our project change to the new font at once. Now we are going to change the font size form 16px to 20px.
Keep the paragraph element selected and change the value to 20px
Keep the paragraph element selected. Now we are going to change the font color to blue. To do that, we click first in the color picker (1), select the color from the color palette (2) and click on 'Choose' (3).
This is the result:
2. Making Individual Changes
For this example we are going to change the the font type, size and color of a paragraph. The logic is the same across all elements of the app.
Before making any change save your work. Make sure that the 'Make Changes To All Elements' button is set to OFF'.
Then we will repeat each step we previously did to change the font type, size and color globally, but, in this case, it will be applied to the selected element.
This is the final result:
If we apply an organized approach to the project changes list, these can be done in an orderly manner in a matter of seconds. Happy editing!