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Blockstyler block not expand

Blockstyler block not expand

Blockstyler block not expand


I built a blockstyler dialog that
change shape according an options

But when journal run and I choose
an option the blocks don'ts expand
and show automatically I need to
manually expand them.

What I need to do so that they
expand automatically and not manually.

Thank you in advanced.

RE: Blockstyler block not expand

Now I got to see that in the wheeled
Gear icon option on the dialog top left
There is a two first options
1. Is (less)
2 is (more)
and a green check mark the selected option.

Can someone help me how programmatically
choose one of them as a default.

Thank you in advanced.

RE: Blockstyler block not expand


Ok i found this option and I set it to = More.

Is it possible when I build my blockstyler dialog to set this as a default.

Thanks in advanced.

[img https://res.cloudinary.com/engineering-com/image/upload/v1568211488/tips/dialog_options_j7zdvk.jpg]

RE: Blockstyler block not expand


RE: Blockstyler block not expand

Another way that I can attacks this
Is as follows:

When selecting more option all blocks
That I don't set in my code to be set
to false is expanded.
(Block.expand = false and block.show = false).

And when I select the less option
I get some blacks expanded and some not.

If I'll know the the logic behind this
I can set my blocks so they will be
In the some expanded side.

If someone has an idea about this logic.

I'll be happy to know that.


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