Awesome! Glad to help.
My initial thought was that Visual tab will scroll you to the first sector, when you configure design. For example, in this case it would be the Spacing sector.
But you’re right. There is no much need to separate them, it could be just General.
I must clarify. I suggest that additional panel with device buttons will do exactly the same that current main device buttons do.
Only reason for it is that when you configure some elements that have different visuals for different devices, you need to change the selected device a lot and you want to do it quickly. So if there would be an exact copy of these buttons right here in the properties panel, it would save a lot of time. That’s all.
Yes, shortcuts keys are helpful when you want speed, but buttons will be handy too.
And I assumed that you don’t want to see these buttons always, but only when you are working with “design sectors” of properties (Layout, Spacing, Display, etc). But now I’m not sure, because most of the properties panel is about layout.
Maybe call tabs Attributes and Events instead? It even can be just one tab for both of them, I just don’t know how to call it better.
Inicially I had only one purpose about this tabs – to quickly go to the bottom of properties panel, to edit Attributes and Events.
So I just realised, I don’t need a tabs/links actually.
I just need one button, that scroll me to the bottom (or the beggining of the dynamic attributes) or back to the top.
I feel that most convenient place for it is here, but it look strange.