Text View FormattingLast Updated: October 22, 2018
Text View Formatting
Text View makes it easier to work on complex screens that have a lot of copy. Use Text View Formatting to group text layers, display titles, and highlight buttons. Here’s how it works:
Grouping text layers
In Sketch create a new group around the text layers that should be displayed together—name the group, kopie-group.
Use kopie-group for text layers that belong together.
Formatting a title
In Sketch create a new group around the text layer that should be displayed as a title—name the group, kopie-title.
Use kopie-title for titles and headlines that need to stand out in Text View.
Formatting a button
In Sketch create a new group around the text layer that should be displayed as a button—name the group, kopie-button.
Use kopie-button for buttons, links, and other call-to-actions.
Example Sketch File
If you’re still wondering how all of this works, no worries—we’ve made an example Sketch file with everything you need to know.
Learn how to apply kopie-group, kopie-title, and kopie-button by opening the example file in Sketch.
See how the different formats appear in Text View by syncing the example file to Kopie.