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States not working

New Here ,
Apr 01, 2021 Apr 01, 2021

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No matter what state I use, (hover or new state) the last state I choose overrides. (even if clicking on artboard between each state). 

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Adobe Community Professional , Apr 01, 2021 Apr 01, 2021
You don't have to double-click to go into a state for everything. For example changing a fill color does not require that. But for opacity you do. I'm not sure if this is a new change, but it's because the entire component could have its own opacity, versus the elements inside having a separate transparency.

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Adobe Community Professional ,
Apr 01, 2021 Apr 01, 2021

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You're setting the Opacity of the entire component. After switching states, double-click on the content to go into that component's state, and then change opacity.


— Adobe Certified Expert & Instructor at Noble Desktop | Web Developer, Designer, InDesign Scriptor

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Is this a new update? No one in my class seems to have his problem. I never needed to double-click a simple component in order to enter its state.

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You don't have to double-click to go into a state for everything. For example changing a fill color does not require that. But for opacity you do. I'm not sure if this is a new change, but it's because the entire component could have its own opacity, versus the elements inside having a separate transparency.


— Adobe Certified Expert & Instructor at Noble Desktop | Web Developer, Designer, InDesign Scriptor

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