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Thanks so much. It works on my client site now.
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It worked awesome, thanks!
Do you have this kind of workaround as well for your tabs widget (tabbed panels as I learned today) (in the same area as the accordion - don´t know your expression)?
There`s a thread with this selfpinning tabs widget and selfresizing but never stretched to browser width.
Thanks in advance
Is there a fix for the composition widget yet? I still can't open my mobile menus in chrome browser. I have over 20 websites please.
Tell us one, did you empty your Cache? Maybe we can reproduce the issue.
In my case the issue only occured with
the "tab-widget" (below the accordion widget-don´t know the name in englisch - in german it is called "Bedienfelder mit Registerkarten)
I did a workaround for my issue with an empty composition, cleared all styling and content and started from scratch. I don´t want to recommend this for 20 Sites.
Thank you Uwe,
I did clear my cache but the problem still exists. Just to be clear, the accordion widget works fine now thanks to the .mulib file.
I will try your suggestion but as you said, it's a lot of work when you have so many websites.
I think you are referring to the "tabbed panels" but no, I did not use that one. Thanks so much and your English is great.
Thanks for the languagecompilment from a native. My heart goes boomboom.
But did´nt you ask for a composition widget? Did you mean over all composition widgets?
I had an issue as well with a composition. I do now work with issues of compo, tabbed panels (thanks for translation).
What does this mean: you can´t open your mobile menu? Is it hidden by some other (invisible) layers?
Could you provide a link to watch?
This issue has been resolved in the latest Muse update. Did you update to the latest version? Are you still having issues?
This issue has been resolved with inserting the HTML code fix as instructed. Thanks
I don’t understand quite well. After rebuilding the situation, all seems to work fine here.
Could you please isolate the construction you are showing in the screenshot, place it into a new .muse document, upload this .muse file to Dropbox or a similar file sharing service and provide the download link here. Then we can have a closer look.
How about an easy, very reduced misfile with your issue. Maybe you have something "above" the trigger in layer-z-order?
What are you meaning exactly with "layer-z-order"?
Maybe some elements are above the trigger, so it cannot respond to the mouse? But I am sure Günter will find out.
First of all:
This is a completely different issue as this thread is dealing with!
I had a look at your site, and there are really lots of issues.
But the one, you are asking for, seems to be a defect within your Muse file. Look at this sample file, and you’ll see, that all works as expected (I copied the "badly behaving" elements to a different site): https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/7046655/Quicklinks.zip
2 more glitches:
- You have a 320 px fluid breakpoint, which is identical to the "minimal size" of your page. Responsiveness can’t take place, if the minimal size is reached! Therefore: Delete this 320 px breakpoint.
- Your "Quicklinks" accordion is set to "responsive width", but the text frame within is set to "Resize: None". That shouldn’t be the case. Set it to "Responsive Width", but take care in this case, that the links aren’t effected by line breaks (what will happen now in the lower 400 px area).
Thank you for your efforts!
I think you are right, it's a problem with the muse file.
but it's too much work to build the document new.
now i could solve the problem.
the both accordeons were a difrent kind of widget (i could not remember about that).
now i took the same tool for both an now it works.
best wishes an nice weekend!
Hi Preran and Adobe
This fix unfortunately doesn't fix my accordion problem:
I am working on a win10 PC with the latest version of Muse.
I am trying to make a FAQ with accordions inside accordions, in order for you to click on the subject you want to know more about, then click on a specific topic. It works fine in the breakpoint it was created in, but when I try to export it to one of the other breakpoints, the content inside the accordion grows too large. (see pictures)
Of course all content is set to not being responsive, but funny enough the text changes from non to responsive when transferred to a new breakpoint.
I guess I can't have an accordion inside an accordion, but you should look into this, because it would be a quite nice feature.
Any hope of help?
thanks in advance
What I wanted was an accordion inside an accordion
OK, I have found out that if you transfer each accordion seperate to the different breakpoints and then drop the one accordion into the other it works, but if you have made changes to the sizes of them they will change size in all breaks. So you need to copy, hide in breakpoint, delet paste and hide in other breakpoints. Then it ends up working.
A huge workflow.
And imagine if you at least could have the copy/hidepaste/hide as an action.
Dear Adobe Muse geeks; Please make the accordion inside accordion work right, it's a neat feature for FAQ's ect.
Close all the menus before publishing or uploading the site.
Hi there, I hope someone can help me here:
I have a series of buttons (my project gallery) filled with image and text.
I then use text size 10 for screen @ 320 px and text size 14 @ 1500 px.
when I move in between the 2 sizes, that relationship is not kept(?)
do you have any suggestions?
Hi, the link does not work anymore. How can I get this file?