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I added a blank slide show to a Muse page which is causing one text frame (not the others) to move together when trying to vertically adjust spacing. It's as if they are grouped but they aren't. I've had this problem in Muse before. Any answers to solve?
I'd like to add (I couldn't find an Edit function here) that when I cut the text frame, the slide show jumps up the page.
You added a blank slide - a slideshow with no images? - … which is causing a textframe (not ther others?) - to move together - with what? Please give us/me a more understandable question, a screenshot, whatever it takes to let us/me help you - letting aside that Muse is under EOL since 2018 and if you start with a new website now, with little knowledge of Muse, it might be better to use another app - assuming you are not into code, otherwise you wouldn't have stepped in here?
Your second or addup question makes me even more concerned - are you talking about the "textframe" belonging to the slideshow, if we even talk about slideshow(s).
Thanks for the response and sorry for not being clear enough. I copied and pasted a slide show (that was originally blank but now with images) from another of my Muse sites onto another site page I am building. This page has three text frames (or maybe they are called text boxes?) made with the Text Tool, and a couple of images that wrap within the text. After placing the third text box at the bottom of the page, I moved it down to make room for the slide show. Then I pasted the slide show. I wanted still more space under it to accommodate a few videos. When I moved the bottom text box down to make this extra space, the slide show (and "next" and "previous" arrow buttons) moved with it as if it was grouped with it (but it isn't). Screenshot attached. Hope this is clear.
I am aware of Muse EOL, but I will take my chances with keeping using it for now - it still works perfectly for my needs. I am aware of other apps that don't require knowledge of coding and someday I will make that replacement.
I am not sure or better I must admit that I don't get it. Next and prev buttons are of course "grouped" with the slideshow you can place them where ever but belong to the slideshow always, of course.
I didn't get it, did you use fluid width breakpoints or fixed width?
Images inside text boxes are at least kind of tedious between breakpoints as they behave different to text.
But anyway, can you give a link via CC to download a .muse? Just one page with your elements?
Like this we all can save a lot of time, I guess.