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Status Labels in lists (etc.) are in all UPPER CASE instead of un-transformed

Terry Gauchat 2 years ago • updated by Vladimir Mullagaliyev (co-founder) 2 years ago 5

I prefer mix-case (text-transform: capitalize; -- or actually, no transformation) for my Status tags, but it looks like they are pre-converted to all UPPERCASE (when being pulled from the database?), instead of letting the CSS set the case (and, thus, allowing Custom CSS to override/customize the capitalization style...




In my Topic Status definitions, I have defined them using mix-case:




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Terry, we decided to show them as is. Now you are able to change them with CSS.

GOOD, I'M SATISFIED

Super!!!

Satisfaction mark by Terry Gauchat 2 years ago
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Hello Terry,

We are going to discuss this Idea. We cannot replace it right now because we used to use UPPERCASE in statuses and tags.

We can output it as is and change with CSS, but we could do the same in the notifications too.

So, will try to find some solution.


For now, as a temporary solution for you, try to use something like this:

.topic-status .label { text-transform: lowercase; }
.topic-status .label:first-letter { text-transform: uppercase; }

It could work if you have one word only.

Sorry, replace .topic-status to .topic-tags if you want apply it to tags.

Thanks ... Actually, I think I meant to refer to Topic-Labels; but I guess it is just as applicable for Topic-Tags.

Thanks for discussing, and thanks for the suggestion!


That helps; however, I lean towards "mixed case capitalization" because it helps delineate the words quickly at a glance. No rush.

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Terry, we decided to show them as is. Now you are able to change them with CSS.