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The 'make responsive' feature in Animate is still limited and works such that your entire canvas/stage adjusts its size according to the viewer's browser size. It also maintains the original aspect ratio while doing so.
There is no option to selectively scale only a few elements; scaling is applied to the entire stage and all of its contents together.
For this reason, anchoring a specific element to the corner or center is irrelevant here as the relative positions of all the elements remains proportional.
To use the responsive scaling functionality in Animate, no changes are required on the stage, just enable the option via Publish Settings.
Essentially two types of scaling behavior is followed - one maintains the original aspect ratio while scaling, other scales to full screen mode independent of the aspect ratio.
The options you're looking for are not currently available in Animate and will have to be handled via scripting only.
Thank you for your response and explanation
I created a few examples for beginners like me, in the stuff below.
Our only question left:
Can anybody help on creating a responsive animate cc banner handled via scripting?
Could be handy > Sizmek's 'responsive header' template:
View html example
Visual examples of the 'Make responsive' feature:
Make responsive > both
The html canvas keeps it size on desktop & retina.
When using images, make sure you save it twice the pixels.
For example: a 300x250 canvas needs a 600x500px image.
Make responsive both + Fit to view
Make responsive both + Stretch to fit
While the product team may not be able to help you with your request, someone from the user community here may take you up on that.
We managed to create a fully working responsive banner from a billboard to rectangle by coding in Animate CC.
The banner is for a client so we can't publish it here, I'll try to make a simplified version and upload it here.
Have tha same problem with creating responsive banner in Adobe Animate
Can you upload here example of that responsive banner from a billboard to rectangle?
I will be very grateful!