I can't animate a component to a second state, using as a trigger a button nested inside

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Jan 01, 2021 Jan 01, 2021

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Hello!

 

I created a componente (Drawer) with a second state. Inside this component, I have a button, wich I want to use as a trigger to the second state of the main component where is nested this button, but when I go to Prototype and select "Auto Animate" it only shows me other states of this button instead the second state of the second state of the main component. I have erase these state of the button, put the botton outside the component itself, but nothing seems to work out. I have tried this archive in a Mac of a friend, and there it shows this option of using a button nested into another component to use as a trigger to animate the pass to another state of the main component, and I don't understand why this is not working on my computer with Windows, as both of us are using the same plan (Free Plan) of Adobe XD, is this a a function only on the Mac version?, or is something not working on my Adobe XD?


As I said before, I'm usign the Free Plan of Adobe XD on a PC with Windows 10 Pro 64-bits (version 18363), with DX 12, and I have the Adobe XD update with the last version abailable

 

Any help is welcome!

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Jan 02, 2021 Jan 02, 2021

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Yes, you can't use a nested component as a trigger for the 'container' component. You can use any other element, but not if it's a component. You can use a group, however. So you can group that nested component on its own, and then add the trigger to the group.

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