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Compositions options acts strange - show target, hide target, transition

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Nov 10, 2017

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Does anyone have the same problem on Compositions widget?

I just create a composition widget - blank, with the options set up as following steps

1. position: stacked

2. show target: roll over

3. hide target: on roll out of trigger or target

4. transition:  when i changing the transition from fade to vertical   -->hide target:  change to "None"

I hope this is not another bug again.

Hi Guenter, Uwe and ctien,

Thanks for pointing this out.

Yes, this is a bug already logged, and I have updated the team about it as well.

Hope it will be fixed in one of the near future updates.

Regards,

Ankush

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Compositions options acts strange - show target, hide target, transition

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Does anyone have the same problem on Compositions widget?

I just create a composition widget - blank, with the options set up as following steps

1. position: stacked

2. show target: roll over

3. hide target: on roll out of trigger or target

4. transition:  when i changing the transition from fade to vertical   -->hide target:  change to "None"

I hope this is not another bug again.

Hi Guenter, Uwe and ctien,

Thanks for pointing this out.

Yes, this is a bug already logged, and I have updated the team about it as well.

Hope it will be fixed in one of the near future updates.

Regards,

Ankush

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Maybe I miss something: what exactly is your issue? You couldn`t hide the target when setting transition to vertical?

I guess, this is, unfortunately, a known bug.

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Uwe

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If he changes the transition to „vertical“, the „Hide target: On rollout of trigger and target“ isn‘t available any more and set to „none“.

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This means – no bug but a wanted approach? Is there a reason? Was it to tricky for the code?

And the same happened to horizontal transition, right?

Thanks for another lesson, btw .

Uwe

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I have no idea. I put the question into prerelease forum, and hope, that someone of the Muse team will answer.

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Hi Guenter, Uwe and ctien,

Thanks for pointing this out.

Yes, this is a bug already logged, and I have updated the team about it as well.

Hope it will be fixed in one of the near future updates.

Regards,

Ankush

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