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    SA 2.1: Resources aren't editable


    Release notes says:
    "Local JS and CSS Resources within the project are editable"

    But when you select "edit code" over css file, file is shown in the code editor but read only.

    I put the css file in app/css

    Why is read only?

    Do I have to put somewhere else to make it editable?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ssamayoa View Post
    Release notes says:
    "Local JS and CSS Resources within the project are editable"

    But when you select "edit code" over css file, file is shown in the code editor but read only.

    I put the css file in app/css

    Why is read only?

    Do I have to put somewhere else to make it editable?

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    Resources must reside within your project directory and you must unlock (via top left unlock button) to make them editable.
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    Quote Originally Posted by aconran View Post
    you must unlock (via top left unlock button) to make them editable.
    Hahaha!

    I feel stupid, I didn't noticed the "unlock" button!

    For usability, shouldn't be in the other way? I mean, unlocked by default?

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    When these resources are unlocked Architect will own them and continue writing them back to disk. A lot of people are linking in built css from sass/less/etc, we don't want to touch those.
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    Return to un-editable state?


    Once a file has been unlocked, is it possible to return it to the locked state (so that Architect no longer 'owns' it and continues writing to disk each time the project is saved)?

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    Hi,

    It is not possible to lock an unlocked file at the moment, but will be possible in the future.
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