Field Property Setup – Basic Features used within Infigo Designer

Field Property



This enables the Alignment Panel to display on the editor.



This creates a dropdown of colours pre-defined in Infigo Designer > Manage All Colours


This creates a dropdown of fonts available on the editor. These fonts are a standard set which are installed on the server and can only be changed by request.


This enables the colour palette to be display on the editor.


This will display a list of fonts which you have embedded in the template. To do this, you need to add fonts to the alternate font list inside the Text Settings screen.


This enables the font size slider to appear on the editor. Must be used in conjunction with MaxFont and MinFont  (See below) for this to work.


This allows you to restrict the number of Characters the user can enter into the field. It will display a countdown of the number of Characters you can enter into the field.


This setting dynamically checks the data entered into the field, and re-sizes the text to the most appropriate size. For this option to work, you must define the ‘MaxFont & MinFont’ properties below.



This setting allows you to chose how your field will be displayed in the editor. For Example, by default it is text field, but you could also display a text list (dropdown).


This allows you to expand the number of lines the customer can type on. By default it is set to Unlimited (Which means they can keep typing as much as they wish, however the UI only displays 1 line for text input). If you increase the value from unlimited > 5, the UI will display a deeper text input box, with room for 5 lines to be typed. It also means you can use carriage returns on the templates.


This allows you to specify the maximum font size used on the font size slider (See AllowFontSizeChange, above).


This allows you to specify the minimum font size used on the font size slider (See AllowFontSizeChange, above).


If you wish for a field to be seen in the editor, but not populated, then tick this setting. For example, you may wish to show a non-editable product in the editor to use its zoom functionality as a preview. Simply draw a text or image field out, tick this property and save. Now, the editor will load but the customer cannot edit this field.


Tick this if it is required for the field to be populated.


This is the field in which you can populate the values of your dropdown list (Using the FieldType Property, above, when selected a Text List.


This is the ‘label’ which is displayed next to a field in the editor.If you do not populate this field, it will simply use the field name as the label.      

UserPreviewAsDefault – If you use UIDescription, ensure that you tick this field to enable the setting.



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