Cwicly Introduces New Colour Management System & Dark Mode

Louis-Alexander from Cwicly has just announced another major release of their their block toolkit for Gutenberg. After recently releasing a visual “Webflow-like” CSS grid builder, version 1.3.2 now introduces a revolutionary colour management system as well as a seamless dark mode.

New Colour Management & More

Global colours are now tracked throughout your templates and pages, allowing you to seamlessly update their variable names at any time along with CSS regeneration.

This improvement brings a fundamental change in the way Cwicly manages global style variations to allow for proper scheme variation.

Check out the feature highlights of this release:

  • Revamped Precision Colour Picker
  • Global Colour Management with custom variables
  • Personalised colours for light and dark modes
  • 11-Point Palette Generator
  • Dynamic Modification
  • Dark Mode Integration
  • Accessibility-Focused Design
  • Force Colour Scheme Selection

Please note that Style Variation 1 will be retained during the migration process, while Style Variations 2 and 3 will be lost. Please ensure that any global colors you wish to retain are placed in Style Variation 1.

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