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Joel Leví Hernández
Posted Nov 19 - Read on Facebook

Quick question, is there any way to define a border on a given layer in framer? I know I can define it with the "styles" attribute but it is mentioned that it is not recommended as framer keeps cached these values.

5 Comments

Taurean Bryant

I'm just realizing this now. This seems like a really weird thing to exclude. Did you ever find a solution to this?

Joel Leví Hernández

Yes, you can change can css attributes directly with layer.style("")

Taurean Bryant

Joel Leví Hernández Fernández yeah, that was how I did it as well, but that doesn't work when applying style to states of a layer and then using states.next

Chris Lee

shadowSpread can be used as a border sometimes, depending on what you need

Benjamin Den Boer

Taurean Bryant that actually would also work. :)
Alternatively, you could use shadowY, shadowX / style.border / style.boxShadow

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