DavidGretzschel
first bug:
First of all, thank you for implementing the reclaim inheritance-feature.TempSweet.png 
Much appreciated. However, whilst it's very sweet that you did it twice, once is quite enough 🙂

I set the first entry to ctrl+alt+1, the second to ctrl+alt+2.
The first entry works well (apart from bug 2).
The second entry doesn't do anything.
Were you perhaps going for something like:
The first command resetting to class properties, and the second command for resetting to the "untyped" Thought-defaults?
The second one could be useful, but I didn't think of it (unless you didn't either, in which case I totally just did). So that one wouldn't be #6163.
This latter "reset to default-Thought-style"matches the "Clear Inheritable Properties"-title, though it doesn't seem to be implemented. Would also go with the tootlip "Reset icon, label and colors to their default values".

For the first function (which you implemented, but..... didn't label correctly?):
I understand you didn't go with my "reclaim Inheritance"-suggestion. It does sound a bit strange admittedly.
I suggest "Reset to Type Properties" with the tooltip: "Reset icon, label and colors to its type values" instead.


second bug:
The (working version of this) command is not "undoable". When I click ctrl+z to undo it, it will note that "undo"-action in the "message"-area, however it won't actually undo anything.

another quirk:
Executing the command on a type (which has been colored) will revert it to the default setting. This makes perfect sense to me as a CS-student and is even kind of pleasing. However it would be confusing to others who wouldn't intuit that it resets to a hidden base-type. I'd suggest removing this behaviour and moving it to the actual "clear inheritable properties"-command (the second one, which I think you intended) instead.

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DavidGretzschel

ah, I stumbled over ctrl+alt+2 in Selection. So it seems that the second command was supposed to be: "Selection>clear Inheritable Properties"

one mystery solved

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Laptop monitor: 15,6 inch, 1920x1080@60Hz
external monitor: 42.5 inch, 3840x2160@60Hz
(I use one or the other, never both at once)
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