Let’s say that I want to customize the functionality of a standard Perspective button by adding some custom parameters and enabling some Events. This creates my specific button that I can then use over an over again where I need the same functionality (with the result differentiated by the parameters).
The changes I have made are functional and not stylistic, so I can’t abstract them with a Perspective style. So where in general do I store the base copy of my modified button? The only solution I can see is to store it in a view that is never exposed to an actual screen. Whereas what I really want to do is to add my new button type to the list of perspective components.
After writing all that I think what I want is Templates for Perspective. Is that a thing?
How does that work for a button? For example I currently have 12 instances of my modified button that only different by parameter values. It sounds like the only way to make that work is to move the parameters out of the actual button and into the embedded view.
OK this is making my head spin. Are you saying that if I have a view with parameters, and then reference it it using multiple embedded views, that each reference will have a have it’s own separate set of parameters?
Anyway, I’m already 1 deep in embedded views, so this doesn’t sound nice:
Never use two nested embedded views.
Also this seems counter to what you are suggesting:
For Items which are simple and use a lot in a project like navigation button, don’t use an embedded view and just put all object in a container and re-use it.