Move the Options - Styles configuration to the individual Style definition page
Options - Styles pane contains, for example, "Apply column alias style" and its drop-down. This does not belong as a universal style setting, among others.
Please move it to the "Formatting Styles" configuration dialog.
This is because many practitioners either do not know about the "alias = column" capability in T-SQL, or don't like it, or it's contrary to company standards. The ability to use this form, which IMO is more brain-friendly, ought to be on the Formatting page as it is, in fact, a significant style element.
William Talada commented
All checkbox options in the Options>Format>Styles sheet need pushed down to the formatting style level so they can be shared with the team. How can I control bracketing, aliases, qualifying names, and casing across the team since these options are stored in a binary format? I don't want to force all options on all pages for every developer. I just want everyone to format the same way. I do force each developer to use a common formatting style.