I have been waiting to make my site responsive until the parallax effects could be implemented.
I see now that it is but I am wondering if there are any limitations in comparison to what you could do before muse went responsive. I have some fairly elaborate parallax effects going on (www.al13.com) and I want to make sure that the new version can tackle the job before i start down the road of a redesign. I am assuming you can turn parallax effects on for certain break points and off for the mobile versions?
Thanks for your hard work on the updates. Excited to see what it can do now with less limitations in the mobile world.
Where did you "see", that parallax effects are implemented in responsive Muse?
They never have been gone and are present in adaptive sites like before.
The latest version of Muse brought parallax effects to fixed width breakpoints within responsive pages – and they are the same you are used to from adaptive pages.
Parallax effects are currently not supported for fluid width breakpoints.