Still a problem in 2014.1.1
Isn't the script above in my post a copy of the correct script from your blog post though?
I am pretty sure it is a direct copy with slight adjustments to suit my file structure. All files in root except edge.5.0.1.min.js which is in the edge_includes folder.
Can you share your project with us to help you out?
I am not very much familiar with EdgeCommons, and by looking at your project, I don't see much need for using it, as you have used it just once in each edge composition.
I would recommend you, to remove dependency of EdgeCommons.js and then try it out.
Thanks for taking the time to look at my project, it is very much appreciated.
I use EdgeCommons as Edge Animate does not allow me to created breakpoints for responsive design. The responsive support for out of the box in edge animate does not allow for break points, therefore very much limiting the responsive capabilities that one can create with Edge Animate. A lot less flexible than I actually anticipated.
If Edge Animate did this, there would be no need for a EdgeCommons dependancy.
So in saying all of this, do we agree that EdgeCommons and Edge Animate cannot display two compositions in one single HTML page?
Thank you again!
I took your advice, but for the life of me, I cannot get the compositions working when I upload them to a server. Locally they work fine, once uploaded - it just does not work. I've tried a few different hosts, to make sure it wasn't just the one that was playing up.
I have no idea what is going on or what I am doing wrong. How is something so simple so difficult?
Any advice would be appreciated.
I believe I either found the problem or at least narrowed it down. 2014.1.1 appears to have broken the Multiple Responsive Animate Compositions in an uploaded state.
I will send you the comps that I have used for testing, but it appears that the current version (2014.1.1) broke this code in an "uploaded" state. Running this code on a local web server functions perfectly fine.
Again, this code only works locally and not on an internet web host!
P.S. I have removed all instances of Edge Commons, so there are no calls to this extension library.
P.S.S. I am now using multiple compositions to serve my responsive breakpoint needs using media queries to hide and zero out stages between break points.
Thanks Vivekuma and any other Adobe Edge Animate staff who read this!
There has been an issue with multiple composition within a single html page, as you have seen.
Our team has investigated into this issue, and has given a workaround which you can use for the time being, until the issue is fixed in the Edge next release.
We have modified your project file, which will now work fine.
Sharing you the link in your PM.
Great to see that the issue has been identified.
Thank you for acknowledging, much appreciated! Good luck with the next release.