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[Stacks] Only in design mode?

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Sep 17, 2020

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I'm designing a screen with elements with dynamic height. Depending on its' states, the size can be taller or smaller.

 

I arranged these elements one under the other, grouped and checked the stacks feature. In design mode, when I select one element's state with taller height, all other components go down due to stack feature.

 

I noticed that while previewing this screen, changing components' state isn't changing others position, like the stack feature doesn't work. My question is; the stack feature works in design mode only?

 

How could I achieve the desired effect?

 

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[Stacks] Only in design mode?

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I'm designing a screen with elements with dynamic height. Depending on its' states, the size can be taller or smaller.

 

I arranged these elements one under the other, grouped and checked the stacks feature. In design mode, when I select one element's state with taller height, all other components go down due to stack feature.

 

I noticed that while previewing this screen, changing components' state isn't changing others position, like the stack feature doesn't work. My question is; the stack feature works in design mode only?

 

How could I achieve the desired effect?

 

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Sep 23, 2020

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Hi Franco,

 

We're so sorry for the delay in response. There are certain limitations with stacks which are listed below:

 

 
  1. If you hover an element with a hover state that grows in size, the background does not resize to fit the new state, and elements in the stack are not pushed away.
  2. Components cannot act as a background for padding and stacks. Instead, create one component that contains both the content and the background.
  3. You cannot:
    • Convert special groups into masks or Boolean groups into stacks.
    • Resize stacks in the stack direction.
    • Select a stack element and elements outside of the stack.

For more information, please refer to this similar discussion: https://helpx.adobe.com/xd/user-guide.html/xd/help/create-dynamic-designs-with-stacks.ug.html

 

Regards

Rishabh

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