Is there an easy way to transfer my CSS work to other forms?

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    Asked on February 06, 2020 at 02:09 PM



    Does a little low level (Leaner) user like me here now on Jotty, did I miss something?  I have personally developed themes (and injects etc) in ( many forms) for Basic Elements /Payments / Widgets that I have styled in whatever form in. Learning and improving as I make them.


    I require a little primesupport feedback on easy ways in Jotty system to transfer my work to other forms. (Real cut/paste would be great of the Basic/widget box seen on design form screen)


    Is there hidden place (way) on jotty? To make this easier, across all forms run the same theme. I want (can I? Am I allowed? What?) to save my modified Basic Elements, Payments, Widgets I've personally customized already to a library. Is there one here? What are my options here on Jotty? To add modified Basic Element /Payment / Widgets to my left side panel. Under title tab, Personal Form 'Library'.


    Right now is a weak plan I have. Will cover 1/2. 

    My Grand Plan, to make many forms after staff approves a theme for all or (single set) forms going forward. Yes, I can make a master Setup Form (1A-Report) (1A-Sales) keep these in Archive, that has all possible Basic Element /Payment / Widget used in it. just delete the not needed one.The issue is  all the names, text box writting inside, hover information etc. Need to be changed. Make it easy if I have 

    5-10 elements pre-filled. As I make new ones, place that on list to select from. Drag, drop. click etc.

    My plan so far. As I see no Library here for me on Jotty. Am I right or wrong? My plan is to make a standard starter setup form (A Starter place form). put all possible elements and Inject all the settings into this form so covered. So any cut/copy/paste following into form is in the form to handle it right etc. Is this workable?  Am I going in best way to make easy new forms? 

    BTW. I'm suffering here making things easy like copy element in one form. Open another form paste. Whee! Gone.






    well.  Finding a solution. To cut/paste/ library. 

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    Answered on February 06, 2020 at 03:38 PM

    Hi, you can go to the Theme store(click on MY THEMES, the on the New Theme button):

    So, you can save one of your forms as a Theme, which you can later apply to new forms:

    In regards to move or cloning form fields into other forms, you can do it through the field manager app:

    Let us know if you need more help.

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    Answered on February 06, 2020 at 04:16 PM

    @BDAVID. Will explore those and this  field manager thing. Seems that may help.