Field

Description
<TOS>Enum of
clip
expandBox
fitToBox
FitToWidth

Overflow Strategy defines how to change plain bounded or rich formatted text if it goes out of its bounds. By default, such a text is clipped. 

  • clip - while typing, crop the excessive text. Supports rich text formatting.
  • expandBox - when the bottom of the bounding box is reached, then expand the bottom bound. Supports rich text formatting.
  • fitToBox - when the end of a line is reached, move to the next line first, and when the bottom of the bounding box is reached, then shrink the text. Ignores rich text formatting.
  • fitToWidth - when the end of a line is reached, shrink the text. Ignores rich text formatting.

<PH>Enum of
normal
empty
stub

Enables placeholders based on image or shape layers.

  • normal - the image with placeholder behavior.
  • empty - an empty placeholder (without an image).
  • stub - an image placeholder with a stub image; the stub image is not included in the high-resolution output.

Default
Boolean

Locked. <LC> and <LC_t> disallow for editing the marked layers. Such layers are not displayed in the Object Inspector.


Subject

Enter a Subject
Email Body 


Enter in email details.


To add a Canned Email Template:
1. In the bottom left corner of the document entry field click on the <> HTML Text  icon.

This will switch you from the default Design mode (pencil icon) to Text-Edit mode.

2.Open the text file for the template you've chosen to add.


Note: 
To locate a document template, see Canned Email Template Folder.
You might be prompted to select a default text editor on your local machine.


3. Copy the entire document and paste it into the document entry field (ctrl+a ctrl+v on PC CMD+a CMD+v on Mac).



 

  4.     Select {Save}. The page will now show the name of the new canned email confirming that
          the canned email has been saved.


This will switch you from the default Design mode (pencil icon) to Text-Edit mode.

2.Open the text file for the template you've chosen to add.


Note: 
To locate a document template, see Canned Email Template Folder.
You might be prompted to select a default text editor on your local machine.


3. Copy the entire document and paste it into the document entry field (ctrl+a ctrl+v on PC CMD+a CMD+v on Mac).

Markers are special symbols that you add to a layer name in PSD templates or to an element name in IDML templates. Customer's Canvas uses these markers to manage permissions for each design element. Alternatively to markers in Photoshop and InDesign files, you can specify these permissions outside of templates in the JSON format. Also, Customer's Canvas supports shortcuts for both the markers and JSON definitions.

First, let us review the syntax of the markers. Each marker is enclosed in angle brackets (< ... >). Inside these brackets, there is a pair of a marker's name (usually, uppercase abbreviated) and a value, separated by an underscore (_). If there is no underscore (and, therefore, no value), for example <BG>, Customer's Canvas uses a default value for this marker.

Markers are case insensitive. Most of the markers are boolean values and may equal either t (true) or f (false). However, for certain markers, other value types may be applicable.

The markers can be divided into the following groups:

The table below contains all the markers supported by Customer's Canvas and their equivalent JSON definition.

MarkerTypeDefault valueDescription with a JSON example
Manipulation behavior (in the advanced edit mode)
<MAD>BooleanTAllows Deleting. By default, your users can delete any element on the canvas in the advanced edit mode. <MAD_f> removes the Deletecommand from the editor's menus.
"manipulationPermissions": {
   
"allowDelete": false
}
<MADND>BooleanTAllows Drag-N-Drop. By default, the editor enables the drag-and-drop mode for image placeholders when you specify the <PH><MAMH_f><MAMV_f> markers. For this marker combination, <MADND_f>disables dragging the content of placeholders.
"manipulationPermissions": {
   
"allowDragAndDrop": false
}
<MAMH>BooleanTAllows Move Horizontal. Without this marker, your users can move design elements on the canvas.
"manipulationPermissions": {
   
"allowMoveHorizontal": false
}
<MAMV>BooleanTAllows Move Vertical. Without this marker, your users can move design elements on the canvas.
"manipulationPermissions": {
   
"allowMoveVertical": false
}
<MAR>BooleanTAllows Rotation. By default, your users can rotate elements. A round grip appears above bounding rectangles indicating that the rotation is allowed.
"manipulationPermissions": {
   
"allowRotate": false
}
<MRC>Enum of a | pDefines how corner grips resize design elements:
  • a - enables corner grips and the arbitrary resize mode.
  • p - enables corner grips and the proportional resize mode.
By default, all design elements have corner grips on bounding rectangles allowing you to resize elements proportionally. Using permissions, you can define the corner array of two items: the first one is for normal dragging the corner grips, and the second one is for dragging the corner grips while holding down the Shift key. They can be either "Proportional" or "Arbitrary".
"manipulationPermissions": {
   
"resizeGrips": {
       
"corner": ["Proportional", "Arbitrary"]
   
}
}
This permission is equal to the <MRC_pa> marker. To disable corner grips, specify <MRC>.
<MRE>BooleanTEnables edge grips on bounding rectangles allowing you to resize elements arbitrarily. By default, only rich formatted text and image placeholders can be arbitrarily resized.
"manipulationPermissions": {
   
"resizeGrips": {
       
"edge": true
   
}
}
Visualization behavior
<VNP>BooleanTNo Print. By default, Customer's Canvas shows all design elements on the canvas, proof images, and high-resolution images. If you add <VNP> or <VNP_t> to a layer name, then the corresponding element appears only on the canvas. <VNP_f>results in the default behavior.
"visualizationPermissions": {
   
"noPrint": true
}
<VNS>BooleanTNo Show. By default, Customer's Canvas shows all design elements on the canvas, proof images, and high-resolution images. If you add <VNS> or <VNS_t>to a layer name, then the corresponding element does not appear on the canvas but it is rendered on the print-ready file and proof images.
"visualizationPermissions": {
   
"noShow": true
}
Text behavior
<ART>BooleanTEnables ARched Text based on the text on a path. Note that the path drawn in the template will be replaced with a circle or a line (when the bend is undefined). By default, text on a path appears as curved text.
"archedText": true
<ARTB>Float0ARched Text Bending defines the sector of the circle that is used to draw the text, in the range [-1, 1]. For example, <ARTB_1> defines a full circle (360 degrees), and <ARTB_-0.5>defines a semicircle (-180 degrees). Without this marker, the text is drawn in a line.
"archedText": true,
"textBend": -0.5
<AST>BooleanTApplies only to PSD templates. Automatically Scales Text to fit the bounding rectangle. This marker is only applied to point text and allows for arbitrary resizing such text. When you change the content of point text, the original text bounds remain unchanged and the text is scaled disproportionately to fit these bounds. By default, you can resize point text only proportionally.
"autoScaledText": true
<RT>Enum of true | false | autotrueDeprecated, use <TATF> instead. Now, if <RT> appears in a template, it's converted to textPermission.allowTextFormatting. Rich Text defines how the Design Editor handles paragraph text layers and text frames. Without this marker, they appear as formatted text.
  • true - enables rich text formatting.
  • false - enables plain formatting.
  • auto - enables rich formatting only if it contains different styling.
"textPermissions": {
   
"allowTextFormatting": false
}
<TACA>BooleanTAllows Change Alignment of point text. <TACA_f> disables the horizontal alignment buttons in the Top Toolbar for the marked point text element. These buttons are enabled by default. If the textAlignmentButtonsEnabled property is false, then <TACA_t>has no effect.
"textPermissions": {
   
"allowChangeTextAlignment": false
}
<TACBIU>BooleanTAllows Change Bold Italic Underline styles of point text. <TACBIU_f> disables the Faux bold, Faux italic, and Underlined buttons in the Top Toolbar for the marked point text element. These buttons are enabled by default. If the textEmphasisButtonsEnabled property is false, then <TACBIU_t>has no effect.
"textPermissions": {
   
"allowChangeTextBIU": false
}
<TACCC>BooleanTAllows Change Column Count for rich formatted text. Without this marker, you can change a column count that you initially set up using the <TCC> marker. <TACCC_f> disables the Columns box in the Top Toolbar.
"pathBoundedTextPermissions": {
   
"allowChangeColumnCount": false
}
<TACF>BooleanTAllows Change Font of point text. <TACF_f> disables the Font name and Font style lists in the Top Toolbar for the marked point text element. These buttons are enabled by default. If the textFontFamilyButtonEnabled and textFontStyleButtonEnabled properties are false, then <TACF_t>has no effect.
"textPermissions": {
   
"allowChangeFont": false
}
<TACFC>BooleanTAllows Change Font Color of point text. <TACFC_f> disables the Color picker in the Top Toolbar for the marked point text element. By default, the Color picker is enabled. If the textFontColorButtonEnabled property is false, then <TACFC_t>has no effect.
"textPermissions": {
   
"allowChangeFontColor": false
}
<TACFS>BooleanTAllows Change Font Size of point text. <TACFS_f> disables the Font size box in the Top Toolbar for the marked point text element. By default, this box is enabled. If the textFontSizeButtonEnabled property is false, then <TACFS_t>has no effect.
"textPermissions": {
   
"allowChangeFontSize": false
}
<TACT>BooleanTAllows Change Text. <TACT_f>disallows for changing the content of both bounded and point text.
"textPermissions": {
   
"allowChangeText": false
}
<TAESH>BooleanTAllows Editing Shadow. <TAESH_f> disables the Shadow button in the Top Toolbar for the marked point text element. By default, this button is enabled. If the textShadowButtonEnabled property is false, then <TAESH_t> has no effect. For details, refer to the Stroke and Shadow Effects in Customer's Canvastopic.
"textPermissions": {
   
"allowChangeShadow": false
}
<TAEST>BooleanTAllows Editing Stroke. <TAEST_f> disables the Stroke button in the Top Toolbar for the marked point text element. By default, this button is enabled. If the textStrokeButtonEnabled property is false, then <TAEST_t> has no effect. For details, refer to the Stroke and Shadow Effects in Customer's Canvastopic.
"textPermissions": {
   
"allowChangeStroke": false
}
<TATF>Enum of true | false | nulltrueAllows Text Formatting defines how to edit text elements: change only the content in a pop-up box or change both content and format in the Rich text editor. Without this marker, text will be edited depending on textFormattingEnabled.
  • true - opens the Rich text editor.
  • false - opens a pop-up box.
  • null - edits the text depending on the textFormattingEnabled parameter.
"textPermissions": {
   
"allowTextFormatting": false
}
<TCC>Number1Applies only to PSD templates. Column Count of formatted text. For example, <TCC_2> defines two columns for the rich formatted text element. For details, refer to the Multi-Column Texttopic.
"textColumnCount": 2
<TCL>NumberCharacter Limit sets the maximum length of a text string which the user is allowed to enter into a rich formatted text element. By default, such a limit is not defined.
"richTextCharacterLimit": 200
<TMLC>NumberMax Line Count sets the maximum number of lines that the user is allowed to enter into a point text or plain bounded text. By default, such a limit is not defined. For details, refer to the Text Elements in Customer's Canvastopic.
"textMaxLineCount": 2
<TMLL>NumberMax Line Length sets the maximum number of characters that the user is allowed to enter into a single line of point text or plain bounded text. By default, such a limit is not defined. For details, refer to the Text Elements in Customer's Canvastopic.
"textMaxLineLength": 7
<TOS>Enum of clip | expandBox | fitToBox | fitToWidthclipOverflow Strategy defines how to change plain bounded or rich formatted text if it goes out of its bounds. By default, such a text is clipped. For details, refer to the Copyfittingtopic.
  • clip - while typing, crop the excessive text. Supports rich text formatting.
  • expandBox - when the bottom of the bounding box is reached, then expand the bottom bound. Supports rich text formatting.
  • fitToBox - when the end of a line is reached, move to the next line first, and when the bottom of the bounding box is reached, then shrink the text. Ignores rich text formatting.
  • fitToWidth - when the end of a line is reached, shrink the text. Ignores rich text formatting.
"overflowStrategy": "FitToWidth"
<TPH>BooleanTText Placeholder motivates a user to fill out a text element. It shows a prompt on the canvas and if not filled out, it appears neither in the hi-res output nor on proof images. This marker is applicable for both bounded and point text.
"textPlaceholder": true
<TSM>Enum of scale | sizesizeShrink Mode of plain bounded text that goes out of its bounds and should be fitted. By default, such a text is clipped. For details, refer to the Copyfittingtopic.
  • scale - shrinks the text in width or height.
  • size - changes the font size.
"textShrinkMode": "Scale"
<TVA>Enum of top | center | bottomtopDefines Vertical Alignment for a text string in a text area:
  • top - aligns a text string with the top bound of the text area.
  • center - aligns a text string with the center of the text area.
  • bottom - aligns a text string with the bottom bound of the rich formatted text area.
"textVerticalAlignment": "Center"
Shape behavior
<SACBC>BooleanTAllows Change Border Color. <SACBC_f> disables the Border color button in the Top Toolbar. This button defines a color of shapes. The shapes are both the shape design elements and bounding frames of images and image placeholders. If the borderColorButtonEnabled property is false, then <SACBC_t>has no effect.
"shapePermissions": {
   
"allowChangeBorderColor": false
}
<SACBW>BooleanTAllows Change Border Width. <SACBW_f> disables the Border width button in the Top Toolbar. This button defines a width of shapes. The shapes are both the shape design elements and bounding frames of images and image placeholders.
"shapePermissions": {
   
"allowChangeBorderWidth": false
}
<SACFC>BooleanTAllows Change Fill Color. <SACFC_f> disables the Fill color button in the Top Toolbar. This button is available for shape layers only. Neither images nor image placeholders have a fill color.
"shapePermissions": {
   
"allowChangeFillColor": false
}
<SR>BooleanTRasterizes shape elements. <SR> converts shape layers and shape frames to rasterized images with a resolution specified in hiResOutputDpi. Without this marker, shape elements are imported as vector shapes.
"rasterizeShape": true
Layer behavior
<LACO>BooleanTAllows Change Opacity of layers. <LACO_f> disables the Opacity slider in the Top Toolbar. By default, this slider is enabled for all design elements. If the opacitySliderEnabled property is false, then <LACO_t>has no effect.
"itemPermissions": {
   
"allowOpacityChange": false
}
Setting up predefined values for layers
<IASF_folder>TextImage from Allowed Subfolder. You can specify a subfolder in PublicSource, RemoteSource, or MemorySource. For example, <IASF_/europe_photos/> makes your users select an image from the europe_photos subfolder. This marker applies to both images and image placeholders. For details, see the Specifying the Image Source Foldertopic.
"imageAllowedGallerySubfolder": "europe_photos"
<MVI>Number1Applies only to PSD templates. Multi-Value Item. For example, the <MVI_2> marker applies to a layer group that includes either image layers or text layers and displays the second element when the template opens. In Customer's Canvas, such a group represents a drop-down list so that your users can select its elements as the content for text fields or images. For details, see the Setting up Fields with Predefined Valuestopic.
"multiValueItem": true,
"mviFirstItemIndex": 2
<MVIKT>BooleanTApplies only to PSD templates. Multi-Value Item Keeps Transforms. By default, the <MVI> group takes the size and position of the first element. If you use <MVIKT> together with <MVI>, then every group element keeps transforms applied in PSD templates.
"multiValueItem": true,
"multiValueItemKeepTransformation": true
Image behavior
<AT>TextAllowed Tabs specifies tabs from which your users can select the content for images and placeholders. For details about configuring the Asset Manager, refer to The Asset Manager topic. The value of this marker is a comma-separated list of tab names. For example, <AT_My Files,Facebook> allows the selection only from the My Files and Facebooktabs. By default, users can select images from any tab.
"allowedTabs": ["My Files", "Facebook"]
<IACI>BooleanTAllows Change of Images and the placeholder's content. <IACI_f> removes the Select imagecommand from menus and toolbars and disallows the double-clicking to replace images. By default, users can replace both images and the content of image placeholders.
"imagePermissions": {
   
"allowChangeImage": false
}
<IAKOC>BooleanTAllows you to Keep an Overlay Color for images and the placeholder's content. <IAKOC_t> keeps the color overlay effect of design elements being changed on the canvas, while <IAKOC_f>resets the color overlay specified in a template. By default, the editor resets an overlaying color when changing images.
"imagePermissions": {
   
"keepOverlayColor": true
}
<IAEI>BooleanTAllows for Editing Images and the placeholder's content. <IAEI_f> removes the Edit image command, which opens the Image Editor, from menus and toolbars. By default, users can edit both images and the content of image placeholders in the Image Editor.
"imagePermissions": {
   
"allowEditImage": false
}
<IE>Enum of none | blackAndWhite | colorize | flipVertical | flipHorizontalnoneImage Effect allows the application of the black-and-white, grayscale, and flip effects to images, including image placeholders. When <IE_blackAndWhite> set up, the editor automatically converts a picture picked for an image layer to black and white. The <IE_colorize> effect converts images to grayscale and rasterized shapes to black-and-white and allows you to apply fill colors to them, for example, through <IFC> .
  • none - no effects apply.
  • blackAndWhite - converts images to monochrome ones.
  • colorize - converts images to grayscale.
  • flipVertical - flips images around the vertical axis.
  • flipHorizontal - flips images around the horizontal axis.
"imageEffect": "FlipVertical"
<IFC>stringImage Fill Color applies a CMYK or RGB color to grayscale images. Without this marker, the <IE_colorize>effect renders grayscale images white.
"imageEffect": "Colorize"
"ImageFillColor": "cmyk(0%, 100%, 100%, 0%, 100%)"
<RVC>BooleanTDeprecated, use <SR> instead. Applies only to PSD templates. Rasterizes Vector Content. <RVC_f> keeps the vector content of corresponding smart layers. Without this marker, Customer's Canvas imports vector graphics depending on the RasterizeVectorInSmartFrameparameter.
"rasterizeVectorContentInSmartFrame": true
Placeholder behavior (see the Image Placeholders topic)
<PACM>BooleanTAllows Cover Mode when no user manipulations with images result in empty areas in the placeholder. In this mode, you cannot arbitrarily resize or rotate images in the placeholder. By default, the cover mode is disabled for image placeholders. <PACM_t> enables this mode. You can change the default behavior using the DefaultPlaceholderCoverModeEnabled key in AppSettings.config.
"isCoverMode": true
<PAEC>BooleanTAllows Edit Content. <PAEC_f>disallows manipulating the image placeholder's content. By default, the corresponding handle appears and indicates that users can manipulate the content.
"placeholderPermissions": {
   
"allowEditContent": false
}
<PCHA>Enum of center | left | rightcenterAligns the Placeholder's Content Horizontally. By default, the editor centers the content when users select images.
  • center - the center horizontal alignment.
  • left - the left horizontal alignment.
  • right - the right horizontal alignment.
"placeholderContentHorizontalAlign": "Left"
<PCVA>Enum of center | top | bottomcenterAligns the Placeholder's Content Vertically. By default, the editor centers the content when users select images.
  • center - the center vertical alignment.
  • top - the top vertical alignment.
  • bottom - the bottom vertical alignment.
"placeholderContentVerticalAlign": "Bottom"
<PH>Enum of normal | empty | stubnormalEnables placeholders based on image or shape layers.
  • normal - the image with placeholder behavior.
  • empty - an empty placeholder (without an image).
  • stub - an image placeholder with a stub image; the stub image is not included in the high-resolution output.
"placeholder": true,
"placeholderType": "Empty"
<PHRM>Enum of fit | fill | originalfitDefines how an image inserted into the placeholder should be resized (Placeholder Resize Mode). Without this marker, the fit option is applied. For details, see the Image Placeholderstopic.
  • fit - the image is resized proportionally to fit the placeholder; the resulting image size is equal to or smaller than the placeholder size.
  • fill - the image is resized proportionally to fill the placeholder; the resulting image size is equal to or larger than the placeholder size.
  • original - the image is placed in the center of the placeholder in its original size.
"placeholderResizeMode": "Fill"
<PLID>TextPlaceholder Identifier allows a user to define linked image placeholders to share an image. For more information, see the Linked Image Placeholderstopic.
"placeholderLinkId": "photo"
<PSSB>BooleanTShows the Select Button on a placeholder. By default, this button is enabled and allows users to replace images.
"placeholderPermissions": {
   
"showSelectButton": false
}
<FSCS>BooleanTFixes the Stub Content Size when resizing a placeholder. By default, stub images are resized along with the placeholders.
"fixedStubContentSize": true
Behavior of Barcode placeholders (see the Barcode Placeholders topic)
<BACC>BooleanTAllows Change Content. By default, your users can edit barcodes. <BACC_f> removes the Editcommand from the editor's menus.
"barcodePermissions": {
   
"allowChangeBarcodeContent": false
}
<BACCL>BooleanTAllows Change Color. By default, your users can change both the color and fill color of barcodes. <BACCL_f> removes the Select barcode color button from the Top Toolbar.
"barcodePermissions": {
   
"allowChangeBarcodeColor": false
}
<BACT>BooleanTAllows Change Type. Without this marker, your users cannot change the barcode type.
"barcodePermissions": {
   
"allowChangeBarcodeType": true
}
<BPH>Enum of EAN-8 | EAN-13 | UPC-A | UPC-E | QR-CODE | CODE-128QR-CODEEnables stub Barcode Placeholders based on image layers. Without this marker, Customer's Canvas imports barcodes as raster images.
"placeholder": true,
"placeholderType": "Stub",
"barcodePlaceholderType": "EAN-8"
Behavior in the Object Inspector
<OIAZC>BooleanTAllows Z-order Change in the Object Inspector. By default, the Z-order commands are enabled for all design elements. Note, if a design element has the <OIAZC_f>marker, then other elements cannot be moved across this one.
"itemPermissions": {
   
"allowZOrderChange": false
}
<OID>BooleanTDefines whether to Display an element in the Object Inspector. <OID_f> hides a marked element in the Object Inspector, whereas they are displayed by default.
"frontendPermissions": {
   
"displayInObjectInspector": false
}
<ORWS>BooleanTOut of Region Warning Show allows you to disable the corresponding warning. By default, the Object Inspectorshows this warning when design elements go out of a region.
"frontendPermissions": {
   
"showOutOfRegionWarning": false
}
Product themes (see the Product Themes topic)
<STYLE>TextStyle allows you to change colors and text properties of design elements in product templates. The value of this marker is a design element category. For example, <STYLE_FancyText> applies the FancyText style to the corresponding element. For more details, see the Product Themestopic.
"themeBinding": {
   
"styles": ["FancyText"]
}
<THMB>Enum of img | border | fill | text | stroke | shadow | line | barcodeTheme binding allows for recoloring the design elements in product templates. For example, <THMB_img:images> binds the img property to the images theme color. For more details, see the Product Themestopic.
"themeBinding": {
   
"img": "images",
   
"border": "borders",
   
"text": "main"
}
Spot channels (see the Spot Colors and Textures topic)
<CN>TextApplies only to PSD templates. Container Name creates a channel container and a channel tab in the Object Inspector. For example, <CN_spotColor> creates a channel container with the spotColor name. This marker can be applied to a layer group only and expects either <PSC> or <TFP>for this group. By default, regular layers belong to the Main container.
"containerName": "spotColor",
"previewSpotColor": "rgb(0,255,0)"
<PSC>TextApplies only to PSD templates. Preview Spot Color specifies a preview color in the rgba(r,g,b,a) format for a channel container. For example, <CN_spot> <PSC_rgb(255,0,0)> markers specify red color for the spotcontainer.
"containerName": "spotColor",
"previewSpotColor": "rgb(255,0,0)"
<TFP>TextApplies only to PSD templates. Texture File Path creates a texture container. This value does not have underscores and is relative to the ..\assets\helpers\folder.
"containerName": "texture",
"textureFilePath": "textures/sand.jpg"
<TK>TextApplies only to PSD templates. Translation Key allows localization of channel tab names in the Object Inspector. For example, <TK_ObjectInspector.SPOT_COLOR_CONTAINER> uses the SPOT_COLOR_CONTAINER key in ObjectInspector in your ~/Configuration/translations.jsonfile.
"containerName": "spotColor",
"previewSpotColor": "rgb(0,255,0)",
"translationKey": "ObjectInspector.SPOT_COLOR_CONTAINER"
Groups (see the Group Elements in Customer's Canvas topic)
<AGRA>Enum of left | top | right | bottom | center | nonenoneAuto-layout Group Alignment aligns design elements in a group. By default, grouped elements are unaligned.
  • left or top - align elements to the upper-left group corner. When defining permissions, use Start instead.
  • right or bottom - align elements to the lower-right group corner. When defining permissions, use End instead.
  • center - aligns elements to the group center.
  • auto - applies the same alignment as in the template.
  • none - leaves elements unaligned.
"group": true,
"autoLayoutAlignItems": "Start"
<AGRM>NumberautoAuto-layout Group Margin allows you to define spacing between elements in a group. By default, the elements will be placed at the same distance from each other.
"group": true,
"autoLayoutMargin": 8
<AGRO>Enum of vertical | horizontalautoAuto-layout Group Orientation arranges design elements in a group vertically or horizontally. Without this marker, the elements are arranged depending on their position so that they fit the design.
"group": true,
"autoLayoutOrientation": "Vertical"
<GR>Enum of t | f | autolayouttGroup defines how to import layer groups from product templates. Without this marker, layer groups are imported depending on the FlattenGroupsparameter.
  • t - creates a group object in the editor.
  • f - splits a group into separate objects.
  • autolayout - enables the auto layout.
"group": true
<GARC>BooleanTAllows Replacing Content. Without this marker, your users can replace the contents of grouped design elements one by one. <GARC_t>allows them to replace the content of the entire group at once.
"groupItemPermissions": {
   
"allowReplaceContent": true
}
Miscellaneous
<BG>BooleanTBackground adds a layer to the Background layer container. Such a layer always has a lower Z-order value than any layer edited by a user. It cannot be selected, edited, or deleted. By default, objects do not belong to the Background container.
"background": true
<BGIMG>TextApplies only to PSD templates. Background Image adds an image to the background layer. You can copy the image to your server and apply it to several PSD templates. For example, the <BGIMG_backgrounds/rose.jpg> marker sets the rose.jpg file as the design background. The file path is relative to the ..\assets\helpers\folder.
"background": true,
"backgroundImage": "backgrounds/rose.jpg"
<FG>BooleanTForeground adds a layer to the Foreground layer container. Such a layer is always located above any regular layer (i.e. has a greater z-order). By default, objects do not belong to the Foreground container.
"foreground": true
<FR>BooleanTApplies only to PSD templates. Frame decorates a placeholder. <FR> or <FR_t> can be added to a raster layer. For details, see the Placeholders with Framestopic.
"frame": true
<LC>BooleanTLocked. <LC> and <LC_t> disallow for editing the marked layers. Such layers are not displayed in the Object Inspector.
"locked": true
<PBT>BooleanTApplies only to PSD templates. Path Bounded Text sets up a shaped text. This marker can be applied to a layer group only. For details, see the Text Wrappingtopic.
"pathBoundedText": true
<R>BooleanTRegion limits an editable area to a bounding box of a layer, either a raster or shape layer. Users will not be able to add any element outside of this region. A layer with this marker does not show in the Object Inspector.
"region": true
<ROLC>BooleanApplies only to PSD templates. Remove On Layout Change allows you to keep the position and content of design elements using <ROLC_f> and remove them using <ROLC_t>when changing layouts. By default, Customer's Canvas replaces only text and image placeholders between layouts, if there are available placeholders, and removes other design elements.
"itemPermissions": {
   
"allowRemoveOnLayoutChange": false
}
<TWM>Enum of tight | square | nonenoneText Wrapping Marker defines how the underlying text elements should wrapthis element.
  • none - no wrapping.
  • square - wrap around the bounding rectangle.
  • tight - wrap around the element boundaries.
By default, text does not wrap elements. When you add raster images to the canvas, they behave as if <TWM_square>is applied.
"textWrappingMode": "Tight"
<VAR>BooleanTVariable item. This marker sets the isVariable property of design elements to true. By default, this property is false.
"isVariable": true
Marker shortcuts (see the Defining Marker Shortcuts topic)
<LPH>BooleanTEnables stub Logo Placeholders in the Fit resize mode based on image layers. This shortcut is equal to the set of <AT_My Files><PH_stub><PHRM_fit><PACM_f><MRC_p>markers.
"logo_placeholder|LPH": {
   
"allowedTabs": [ "My Files" ],
   
"placeholder": true,
   
"placeholderType": "Stub",
   
"placeholderResizeMode": "Fit",
   
"isCoverMode": false,
   
"manipulationPermissions": {
       
"resizeGrips": {
           
"corner": [ "Proportional" ]
       
}
   
}
}
<PPH>BooleanTEnables stub Photo Placeholders in the Fill resize mode based on image layers. Users cannot make the content of such placeholders smaller than the placeholder size. This shortcut is equal to the set of <AT_My Files><PH_stub><PHRM_fill><PACM_t><MRC_p>markers.
"photo_placeholder|PPH": {
   
"allowedTabs": [ "My Files" ],
   
"placeholder": true,
   
"placeholderType": "Stub",
   
"placeholderResizeMode": "Fill",
   
"isCoverMode": true,
   
"manipulationPermissions": {
       
"resizeGrips": {
           
"corner": [ "Proportional" ]
       
}
   
}
}
<PSLD>BooleanTPosition Locked Deletable prevents users from moving, rotating, or resizing design elements. This shortcut is equal to the set of <MAD_f><MAMH_f><MAMV_f><MAR_f><MRC> markers and allows you to apply the simple editing modeto elements in your template while the editor is in the advanced mode.
"locked_deletable|PSLD": {
   
"manipulationPermissions": {
       
"allowDelete": true,
       
"allowMoveHorizontal": false,
       
"allowMoveVertical": false,
       
"allowRotate": false,
       
"resizeGrips": { "corner": [] }
   
}
}
<PSLUD>BooleanTPosition Locked Undeletable prevents users from moving, rotating, resizing, or deleting design elements. This shortcut is equal to the set of <MAD_f><MAMH_f><MAMV_f><MAR_f><MRC> markers and allows you to apply the simple editing modeto elements in your template while the editor is in the advanced mode.
"locked_undeletable|PSLUD": {
   
"manipulationPermissions": {
       
"allowDelete": false,
       
"allowMoveHorizontal": false,
       
"allowMoveVertical": false,
       
"allowRotate": false,
       
"resizeGrips": { "corner": [] }
   
}
}
<UML>BooleanTUp Mockup Layer enables an overlay mockup in the foreground container. This shortcut is equal to the set of <FG><LC><VNP>markers and is applied to an image layer and allows not to use a separate mockup file.
"up_mockup_layer|UML": {
   
"foreground": true,
   
"locked": true,
   
"visualizationPermissions": {
       
"noPrint": true
   
}
}

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