There are several different types of inspector fields.
Some properties accept a single line or multiple lines of text. In a multiple-line text field, hitting the Enter key will start a new line, rather than applying your changes. To apply your changes, use the Tab key to move to the next field.
Some properties require a numeric value. The text in these fields is right-aligned, and depending on your web browser, there may be a small stepper on the right side. Clicking the stepper will increase or decrease the value by one.
Some properties require a simple yes or no value. These fields have a small checkbox on the left side, and their text represents the current value of the property.
Some properties have a specific set of values that are allowed. These fields have a set of small arrows on the right side, and when clicked they reveal a menu to select from these values.
Some properties have a specific set of recommended values, but also support free-form values. These fields have a small button on the left side.
Clicking that button allows you to pick from one of the recommended values. Other values can be used by typing directly into the field.
Components support stroke, fill and text colors. These fields have a small button on the left side that shows a swatch of the current value.
Clicking that button allows you to pick from a palette of built-in colors. Other colors can be used by typing their “hex code” values directly into the field.
Some property values can be selected using a pop-up picker window. These fields have a small magnifying glass on the right side. Clicking the magnifying glass opens the pop-up picker window.
Some of these fields only accept values chosen from the picker, while others also include a field for entering a custom value.
Some properties are dependent on the values of other properties. For example, the Only When field in the Visibility section is dependent on the Visibility property above it. The labels for sub-properties are right-aligned and begin with an ellipsis.