Object style is a set of visual attributes, such as color and font. Objects in a project automatically inherit the styles defined in the theme applied to the project.
You can do the following with object styles:
Customize object styles by modifying the predefined style attributes
Import or export custom object styles from one project to another
Search for objects that use a specific style
Runtime Dialog is for the messages that are displayed when users click the Submit All button. For more information on Submit All, see Submitting all answers simultaneously.
The changes made to the object styles using the Properties panel are applied only to the selected instances of an object. When an object style is modified using this panel, the name of the style is prefixed with a '+' mark. This mark indicates that the style is now in an overridden state.
Click to apply the changes to objects that use specific styles. Click to merge the changes into the style. To replace any overridden instances of the style in the project, select Replace Overridden Styles.
Click to create a style that contains the modifications.
The changes made to the object styles using the Object Style Manager are applied to all instances of the object. However, instances of objects that are in the overridden state (indicated by a ‘+’ mark in the Properties panel) are not updated with the changes. To update such objects, select the objects and click in the Properties panel.
To export, select an option in the Export drop-down list and then click Export. Select a location to store the object style (in .cps format).
To import, click Import and then select the .cps file that corresponds to the required object style.
To delete, select the style to delete. Select a style to replace the current style, and then click OK.