Hi, I recently bought Bricks Ultimate, and I also frequently use Webflow and Oxygen, and I have one frustrating UX issue in Bricks that disturbs/breaks the workflow while building the pages.
When I add an element, add a class to it and style that class… Then click away/do other stuff. When I click back on that first element again, selector that’s being automatically chosen is ELEMENT ID, instead of the class that I just added. This is especially frustrating when working with multiple/combo classes, so whenever I click on an element to readjust some properties, I have to manually click the dropdown and choose the latest combo class instead of an element ID, which is always being chosen by default.
By having elements to always switch back to ID as a main selector, the whole purpose of introducing CSS classes as a system for globally styling website’s components is kinda thrown away.
This current UX suggests that most prominent thing that you expect users to use for styling is - ID, and NOT classes, since that’s what you fixed as preferred, automatic choice.
Will this please be fixed? I really, really, really want to abandon Oxygen and use Bricks instead in future, but I can’t until things like this are fixed.