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Nov 22, 2019

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If there's an existing interaction attached to a screen, I couldn't simply drag it towards a new target screen—I have to zoom out and drag it from the end point.

 

Why? Because in the updated version, the starting point is now a "plus sign icon".

 

It's great having the capability to attach multiple interactions—but also allow the capability to drag it without going to the end point.

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Prototype > Dragging an Existing Interaction

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If there's an existing interaction attached to a screen, I couldn't simply drag it towards a new target screen—I have to zoom out and drag it from the end point.

 

Why? Because in the updated version, the starting point is now a "plus sign icon".

 

It's great having the capability to attach multiple interactions—but also allow the capability to drag it without going to the end point.

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Nov 29, 2019

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Hi Dys,

Thank you for posting your concern on Adobe Community. You can change the target screen of existing interaction (without having to zoom) by selecting the interaction and choosing a different target artboard name from the Interaction PI on the right side.

Hope this helps.

 

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Thanks for the reply.

 

Given the number of artboards I'm working on, it is still efficient to drag and drop instead of looking for the target artboard from the dropdown.

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