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hrinne

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For the design of buttons, panels etc. it would be very, very, very nice if the individual four corners of the surfaces could be rounded independently. Would that be time-consuming to design the property similar to that of the border or the inner spacing? For example, like "topleft:0;topright:0;bottemleft:0;bottomright:20". Or does anyone have an idea how else to solve this? It would give you a lot of design possibilities.
Kind regards, Holger
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CaptainCasa

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Hi,

the best way is to do the rounding via CSS style classes. If it is part of the style then you avoid individual attributing of components.

Example:

Code:
     <class n="riscbutton">
         ...
         <style n="border-radius" v="5px"/>
         ...
 


Here you could also define:

Code:
     <class n="riscbutton">
         ...
         <style n="border-top-left-radius" v="15px"/>
         <style n="border-bottom-left-radius" v="15px"/>
         ...
 


All style-attributes are directly taken over into the corresponding CSS-style-class - so here you can use any CSS possibility.

Regards, Björn

Björn Müller, CaptainCasa GmbH
hrinne

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Many thx for this answer !!!
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