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Adobe XD: overlays with a second screen

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Mar 22, 2019

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Dear community,

I have a scrolling menu which I want to have as overlay. For the scrolling effect I need a second screen (to make an invisible scrollbar because scrolling in elements doesn't work yet) and inbetween those two it works. But if I use it as an overlay above a "normal" screen I can only see the first one and the scrolling effect doesn't work. Do you have an idea what's going wrong or a workaround?

The second thing is I have two elements I want to appear on a screen but one from above and one from the left, so I tried to make it in two overlays too, the first appearing after a click and the second after 0,1 seconds time. The first overlay disappears as the second one starts. Is there something else I could do to get a smooth looking animation?

Thanks and greeting from Germany,

Yuliya

For who is interested: I have found some kind of a solution.

It won't look as smooth as I want it to look but I'll just do the first thing with lots of separate screens (that has worked before too), I just hoped there would be some simpler way to make it.

And for the two overlays coming from different directions I have made the first overlay with auto-animate. It doesn't exactly look like I would like to have it but using the second screen as an overlay only works should be fine for my presentation.

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Adobe XD: overlays with a second screen

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Dear community,

I have a scrolling menu which I want to have as overlay. For the scrolling effect I need a second screen (to make an invisible scrollbar because scrolling in elements doesn't work yet) and inbetween those two it works. But if I use it as an overlay above a "normal" screen I can only see the first one and the scrolling effect doesn't work. Do you have an idea what's going wrong or a workaround?

The second thing is I have two elements I want to appear on a screen but one from above and one from the left, so I tried to make it in two overlays too, the first appearing after a click and the second after 0,1 seconds time. The first overlay disappears as the second one starts. Is there something else I could do to get a smooth looking animation?

Thanks and greeting from Germany,

Yuliya

For who is interested: I have found some kind of a solution.

It won't look as smooth as I want it to look but I'll just do the first thing with lots of separate screens (that has worked before too), I just hoped there would be some simpler way to make it.

And for the two overlays coming from different directions I have made the first overlay with auto-animate. It doesn't exactly look like I would like to have it but using the second screen as an overlay only works should be fine for my presentation.

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For who is interested: I have found some kind of a solution.

It won't look as smooth as I want it to look but I'll just do the first thing with lots of separate screens (that has worked before too), I just hoped there would be some simpler way to make it.

And for the two overlays coming from different directions I have made the first overlay with auto-animate. It doesn't exactly look like I would like to have it but using the second screen as an overlay only works should be fine for my presentation.

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