Component: Labels >Scoped labels
We don't have a way to visually distinguish scoped labels (soon to be introduced in gitlab-ee#9175 (closed))
For the issue at hand, we're going to add unique styling for scoped labels. The labels behave like regular labels in every other way, except for the fact that they are mutually exclusive.
- For labels with a dark background color and white text, the right portion of the label will have the inverse colors. So if a label is green with white text, the right half will be white with green text and green border:
- For labels with a light background and dark gray text, the right portion of the label will have a white background and the same dark gray text:
Removing labels using the
X icon button- gitlab-ce#19249 (closed)
Make sure these are completed before closing the issue, with a link to the relevant commit, if applicable.
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