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CSS Styles

Each tool can be styled using SVG attributes and in most cases CSS attribute styles.
These styles are defined in the styles section.

Within that styles section, the tool or toolpart must be selected. For single part tools, the selector is the same as the type of the tool. For multi-part tools, each part has its own styling sub-section.

Basic usage

Single part tool, a Circle:

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- type: 'circle'
  position:
    cx: 50
    cy: 50
    radius: 25
  styles:
    circle:
      stroke: red
      fill: red

Multi-part tool, an Entity State composed of a 'value' and 'uom':

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- type: 'state'
  position:
    cx: 50
    cy: 50
  styles:
    value:              # Value part selector
      font-size: 10em
    uom:                # Unit of measurement part selector
      opacity: .6

Overriding CSS Class styles

The following configuration results in a circle with a red stroke and blue fill. The stroke comes from the Class definition. The fill from the class definition is overridden by the style configuration.

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- type: 'circle'
  position:
    cx: 50
    cy: 50
    radius: 25
  classes:
    circle:
      my-red-circle: true
  styles:
    circle:
      fill: blue
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