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Odd bug when editing a component with multiple states

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Dec 13, 2019

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I've created a component that has multiple states. When I went to edit one of these states, as I moved the element shown in the gif, odd things happened to the other elements within the component. Any ideas?

 

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Hi Alex,

 

Thank you for sharing the file. I went through the issue and would be filing a bug internally to investigate on this. 

My apologies for the inconvinces casued. 

 

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Odd bug when editing a component with multiple states

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I've created a component that has multiple states. When I went to edit one of these states, as I moved the element shown in the gif, odd things happened to the other elements within the component. Any ideas?

 

xd-problem-2.gif

 

Hi Alex,

 

Thank you for sharing the file. I went through the issue and would be filing a bug internally to investigate on this. 

My apologies for the inconvinces casued. 

 

Regards,

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Adobe Employee ,
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Hi Alex, 

 

Thank you for bringing this up. This is so unfortunate. 

Could you share the exact steps to reproduce this issue? It would help us better if you could also share a video of how you are creating the component, state and performing this action, OS information, XD version along with the XD file if you could. 

 

Hoping to hear from you. 

 

Regards,

Rajesh KN

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Dec 17, 2019

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Hi Rajesh,

 

Window 10 Ver. 1909

XD Ver. I've updated to the latest 25.1.12.7 and the issue is still there.

 

When I get some time, I'll record my screen when creating the component. I'll also direct message you the file as our workplace doesn't allow us to share these publically.

 

Thanks,

Alex

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Hi Alex,

 

Thank you for sharing the file. I went through the issue and would be filing a bug internally to investigate on this. 

My apologies for the inconvinces casued. 

 

Regards,

Rajesh KN

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Hi,

i have exactly se same probleme on components with multiple states and nested components.

once the bug here, it's impossible to go back to a clean component state. Every object moved inside the buggy component while ruin the whole component.

it realy realy annonying, especially if this component is used many time in the project.

 

David

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More info about this bug : it appears only on the main component.

David

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