On by: 2024-group2
Copying and pasting the style formatting of objects.
The copy / paste of style formatting (paint formatting)
Copying and pasting the style formatting of objects can oftentimes be a tedious action in Google Slides. Users might need to repeat the same action of copying/pasting a style several times, as there is no way to “store” a style for further use on multiple objects. Our tool, ChronoStyle, aims to create a universal instrument to handle the copying and pasting of objects’ style formatting, by saving selected styles and being able to customize them and use them across the presentation’s slides. Once the tool is activated, users can select multiple objects and store their styles in a History Panel, which contains all the history of the saved styles of the current session. Each saved style contains both a visual depiction of how the object looks, and the detailed properties of it - the properties can be selected or unselected, and users can move them across the different saved styles to create their desired style and finally paste it on the object of their interest, by dragging and dropping the style’s “card” on them.