Can you change bullet point colours in Rise?
the BP colour is drawn from the theme in settings. There isn't an individual 'formatting' option that I know of.
I'm voting to have that feature implemented. It's a pretty basic feature, and I don't see why it's not available. I don't necessarily want to have the bullets the accent colour.
Hoping this will be added in a future update.
Thanks Frédérick :)
I've shared your feature request with our team and if you have any more ideas or suggestions, you can always share them here.
+1 for being able to customise bullet point colours.
I'm not talking about the bullets that appear in the lists block, but instead, the bullets that can be added to any text block.
Thanks, David for chiming in. It's an idea that's been shared with our team, but it's not on the roadmap yet for including additional options to format bullets and their color in Rise.
It's always helpful to know how many folks would like this feature, as that helps us prioritize. Sharing here in ELH or submitting a feature request to our product team are both great options.
just as an example - if you change the background to a darker colour and change the font to white, you can't match the bullet points which makes it look 'unfinished'. In the first image I still had the colour theme as the default orange so you can see the orange bullets showing through
In this example I changed the theme to the darker red and so with the numbered list you lose the coloured circles
So I'm a definite +1 to be able to recolour bullet points and the circles / checkboxes for the other lists.
I really hope it finds it's way on to the roadmap soon as currently whenever I have a need for sub-bullets in a list I am unable to use the lists block due to the lack of support for sub-bullets.
When I use a text block and add bullets/sub-bullets in this way instead, the bullets are a different colour to the lists block items. This isn't ideal and always gets pulled up by clients as they see it as a simple fix we should be able to implement.
Thanks, Wendy for the pictures, I hadn't considered the numbered list and colored circles - so a good example to have.
+1 for Wendy's comment!!