For heavy design systems work it would be very very helpful to designate preferred nested variant properties to expose. See example below.
A top level component that contains an exposed nested instance that resizes an icon and has an icon swap instance.
The nested resize instance would indicate a preferred size variant since it relates to the button size.
Exposed nested instances exposes all of the properties associated with it. On a default level this is great for customization, unfortunately, this opens the opportunity to break design patterns that are not intended.
I’d love this! Working with preferred values, I find myself having to duplicate variants of a component in order to set it individually as a preferred value (e.g. a component that can use certain variants of button, but currently I can only choose the single button component… no indicator other button types are available as well)
Back this - and to clarify, it’d be amazing if you had a list of exposed properties per element that could be exposed or hidden from the end user via a checkbox within the dialog.
For the below, the props with a ‘lock’ emoji are for library level configuration, and aren’t intended to be editable at a consumer level.
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