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    This would address many issues for us, as well as provide flexibility for even greater personalization. Currently running workflows to add features to previous contacts has become cumbersome.

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    This would be cool for sure, but I think for organization reasons we would also need to have a way in the email settings section (of each email) to define where the default directory of drag & drop uploads should point to. Perhaps in the tools area.

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    Paul commented  · 

    If you do build a preheader function in, please don't make it default as white text on white background. Thank you!

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    planned  ·  26 comments  ·  Ideas.Bronto.com » Webforms  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
    Paul commented  · 

    Yeah, they could just change that fixed px to a selectable dropdown with % as an option. That would be easy. Another thing they could do is put their automatic in-line style first, and then call for the class. This way we can truly overide the CSS as needed. For example: <div id="Example" style="padding:20px;" class="Example">Hello World!</div> instead of <div id="Example" class="Example" style="padding:20px;">Hello World!</div>

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