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How to get rid of hoovering

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Aug 17, 2020

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I'm just checking out XD (so not a pro).

 

How can I get rid of the hoovering of a component?

 

page 1: a botton with hoovering effect => component

page 2: copied and pasted botton/component. This botton on page 2 shall not have a hoovering effect.

 

I cant find an option to switch off/cut out the hoovering for the insertet component?

 

Thanks 🙂

Sorry for the delay in response. Once you copy a component, it becomes a linked component so to make changes to that you can either unlink it or make the changes in the master component.

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How to get rid of hoovering

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I'm just checking out XD (so not a pro).

 

How can I get rid of the hoovering of a component?

 

page 1: a botton with hoovering effect => component

page 2: copied and pasted botton/component. This botton on page 2 shall not have a hoovering effect.

 

I cant find an option to switch off/cut out the hoovering for the insertet component?

 

Thanks 🙂

Sorry for the delay in response. Once you copy a component, it becomes a linked component so to make changes to that you can either unlink it or make the changes in the master component.

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Adobe Employee ,
Aug 17, 2020

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Hi there,

 

Thanks for reaching out. Once you copy and paste a component, it gets linked to the master component. So in case if you wish to change the trigger from Hiver to any other, then you can switch to prototype mode, and then you can change the triggers. For more information you can refer to this help article: https://helpx.adobe.com/xd/help/work-with-components-xd.html

 

Let us know if this helps or if you need any further assistance.

 

Regards

Rishabh

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New Here ,
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Hi.... yes... but.

 

I more want to delete the component state (hoovering). I cant find a function to delete a state of a copied component.

 

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Sorry for the delay in response. Once you copy a component, it becomes a linked component so to make changes to that you can either unlink it or make the changes in the master component.

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