Stackable: New Low-Highlight Effect & Better Responsive Controls

Stackable just announced three exciting updates for their Ultimate Gutenberg Blocks including better responsive controls and list block icons as well as a brand-new low-highlight effect.

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Improved Responsive Controls

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Stackable blocks have always been responsive, allowing you to easily edit the properties of desktop, tablet or mobile blocks. They have now adjusted some styling options to better fit the size of tablets and mobile screens.

New Low-Highlight Effect

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They have expanded their Text Highlight feature and added a new format style called low-highlight text. Sometimes it’s called half-highlights! It’s beautiful, isn’t it?

Icon List Block Icon Enhancements

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You can now also pick different icons for every list item you have. Simply click on any bullet icon in the Icon List Block to open up the icon picker. You can even upload your own custom SVG icon. For bullet icons, you can now also change the opacity and rotation, and set different icon sizes for desktop, tablet, or mobile.

Similar to the  Blocksy theme, they added support for the Kadence Theme global colour palette.

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