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    Vote up for this! This is absolutely counterintuitive. If I write a button in pure HTML, when I change the text in a button, I am expecting the hover state to reflect the change as well because the HTML takes care of the content, and the CSS takes care of the style. The current workflow doesn't reflect the front-end logic. I also hate the current status of switching between states when modifying the styles. It's so confusing and prone to mistakes. So many times I've done my modification and found I am in the wrong state. That's super frustrating. Why can't you guys come up with a panel that summarizes the differences into several properties that we can play around with? Like what Figma has.