There is to many breaks, the support is to slow, Adobe seems to enjoy to slowly fcuk their customers.
There is to many breaks in the production line.
You cant transform a sentence to a link.
Come on, get real there, at the largest f-ing software firm in the world!
The forum is generally the best place to initially ask questions, since fellow users can both provide answers and benefit from the discussion. The support team and development teams both monitor the forum, but the support team's first responsibility is to provide live chat support and the development team's first responsibility is to develop the product.
If you're not able to get a timely answer here, Adobe Muse Technical Support is available via chat here: http://helpx.adobe.com/contact/. Select product "Muse", then topic "Using my product or service", then click "I still need help..." to bring up the chat option and click "Chat Now."
As for making a sentence a link, select it with the Text Tool and then select the page to link to in the Hyperlink combobox in the Control Strip, or type the URL directly.
You're most likely to receive timely responses here to posts that include clear and complete descriptions of the design you're attempting to achieve or the bug you're encountering, along with the URL of the page(s) in question and screenshots of behavior in Muse, when appropriate.
FYI, use of profanity in posts may result in your posts being deleted by forum moderation and/or your account being suspended due to violation of forum use policies.
Mats Hard wrote:
Link will not turn blue or get underlined.Headline is missing. Supposed to look like this:MatsVieussan, France
Which link on what text?
Most of the text on this page is using System fonts and therefore cannot have text hyperlinks applied. Muse displays warning message to explain this both when a hyperlink is applied to text in a text frame that contains system fonts and when a page containing such inoperable links is exported or published.
Text links requires the use of web-safe fonts or web fonts. This is a requirement of the web. You can put a hyperlink on an entire text frame that contains systems fonts, but not on subranges. This is because the use of system fonts requires the text frame to be converted to an image in order to be displayed in the browser.
Which headline? A screenshot of what it does look like would be helpful.
Well, I wrote an extra link in english on top in the column with all the links to the right of the page so it would be easy to spot it. And made a screen dump. This time I've marked around it in red. All text inte that column is Arial and NOT any system font.
If you compared the two links I pasted in the message you would have seen one page with one main headline and another without it.
Your reply doesn't contain any graphics. Are you referring to the web page links in your earlier message?
These links appear to be to two different pages. One does contain an image that doesn't exist on the server and thus doesn't load. This is most commonly caused by not all the files that are exported from Muse being uploaded.
In the right sidebar the top link works and none of the links appear to be in English.