As the title says, for some reason, when I am working with Auto Lightboxes in Muse, pressing the down arrow on my keyboard activates the lightbox. This should not happen, because when a user attempts to scroll down a page using the down keys, the lightbox will activate. Once the user closes the lightbox, the page jumps up to the top where the lightbox was originally. This seems like a major bug and it is happening in Chrome and Firefox. I am on the latest version of Muse.
If "Scattered" or "Stacked" is chosen instead of "Lightbox" in the dropdown menu, the popup functions correctly, but it does not have the full screen background that "Lightbox" allows.
Is there any way to disable this functionality of the down arrows triggering the lightbox?
If not, this is a major bug that needs to be fixed.
Can’t reproduce this here (macOS).
Could you give us a small .muse file, demonstrating this issue?
As I said: Not reproducible on my Mac.
Perhaps somebody using Windows will try …
I am able to reproduce it even with the default composition widget, however, it only happens while lightbox is activated.
not sure if this is a bus or widgets internal feature, didn't even notice it till now.
Günter Heißenbüttel as you said that on Mac it is not producible that means this can't be a feature intended, what say?
I will also check with our product team regarding this.
When I preview the site in browser, I can press every key (arrows, characters, …), but never the lightbox closes. If this happens, I can't imagine a reason, why this should be "expected behaviour". But, as I said, I can't repro in Safari or Chrome.