Rectangle Component

A straightforward component to enable you to create rectangles of any size and color for backgrounds, brand color panels and any creative use you can imagine.

Properties for Rectangle Component

Name When components are placed on a page they appear highlighted blue in the scene tree and can be renamed by double clicking in this panel and typing the new name. Components can also be set to be visible/invisible on the page, using the ‘eye’ icon on this panel.
Position and Size Sets position and size. As long as measurements are maintained as percentages it deals automatically with dynamic layout and resizing for different devices and orientations. You can use millimeters to control aspects of size, like width or height, in order to create a rectangle that will be work well across devices.
Appearance
Fill Color Type in the hex number or use the color panel to select the color you want.
Opacity The opacity slider sets the transparency of the rectangle. 100 is maximum opacity.
Corner Radius Sets the roundness of the corners of the rectangle. Scale 0 to 300. If the rectangle has a stroke that creates a border, the roundness displays according to whether the stroke is set to center, inside or outside. ‘Stroke Position’ sets the stroke’s placement in relation to the rectangle.
Stroke
Stroke Width Creates a stroke that borders the rectangle. Scale 0 to 50.
Stroke Color Set the color of the stroke.
Opacity Sets the opacity of the stroke.Scale 0 to 100.
Stroke Position Sets the position of the stroke in relation to the rectangle.The rectangle stays the same size and the border stroke moves inside, outside or centers on the rectangle edge.
Preset A Preset is a pre-determined set of properties and files for a component. You can have a Predefined Preset (Umajin created) or a Custom Preset (custom designed by you). Where the component has a Predefined Preset it will automatically be loaded into your app as the default when you insert that component.
The ‘LOAD’ button opens the Preset Selector, which has tabs for Predefined and Custom, so you can choose which preset to load for your component.
Create your own Preset by building your assets, putting them in your Image folder and then selecting them in the Properties panel. The ’SAVE’ button will enable you to name and save your preset under the Custom tab.