The structure of the _edge.js file has been changed, so I don't think you can do that now.
Thank you for the suggestion.
I will give that a try today.
Alas, the [ properties--> stage-->overflow ] settings override the css scripting in compositionReady
But thank you for the suggestion,
It is unfortunate that we are no longer able to do something so simple.
When I tried at first, for me also it was not working.... but after some time things started working fine.
Can you share your composition? I'll try.
I am sorry, I do not know how to get you the composition.
But I am using Dan Carr's parallax tutorial as a practice project:
I brought in new elements from above and below the stage area and the vertical scrolling activates.
It is active in this base file as well.
I hope this is useful.
You can zip all the content of the composition, and upload it to any cloud storage server and share with us its link.
I was able to look at the example and try it out.
It works just fine.
I cannot say that I understand why this works now, but I am able to reproduce the results.
Thank you so much!
Hi, I am having the same issue... I want to use a background image for my stage, have the overflow visible but not scrollable. (no nasty scrollbars)
When trying to open up the files you posted to dropbox, it says I cannot open them because the files were created with a newer version of Animate... I am using the latest version 3.0.
Please can you help?
You must be using a version nobody has access to. Looking at your outputted files it references - edge_includes/edge.5.0.1.min.js
and the HTML code structure is newer. How do I get the latest version of Muse?