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HELP - Fixed breakpoints not working at all!

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Aug 10, 2018

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Video of my Muse problems can be seen here.

https://www.dropbox.com/home/ONSWITCH?preview=IMG_6031.mov

We are missing a link to download the .muse file. And we don‘t know, what exactly „is not working“.

The only thing, which we can see is,

  • that your breakpoint are at a really weird position. What do you intend with a breakpoint at 320 px? Why should elements below that width be responsive? There is no device of a smaller width than 320 px. And probably your minimal page width is set to the same value, so that responsiveness won‘t happen, even if there were such small devices.
  • that you are using system fonts, which have to be converted to images — what is a really cruciual issue. See my answer 4 here: https://forums.adobe.com/thread/2357163 But this fault is not necessarily related to the issue you are describing.

Are you aware of the fact,

  • that your widest breakpoint (1200 px) isn‘t responsive, but fixed
  • that most desktop browser don‘t allow window sizes as small as 360 px? So you can‘t test this breakpoint, without using a simulation mode or a real mobile device.

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HELP - Fixed breakpoints not working at all!

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Aug 10, 2018

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Video of my Muse problems can be seen here.

https://www.dropbox.com/home/ONSWITCH?preview=IMG_6031.mov

We are missing a link to download the .muse file. And we don‘t know, what exactly „is not working“.

The only thing, which we can see is,

  • that your breakpoint are at a really weird position. What do you intend with a breakpoint at 320 px? Why should elements below that width be responsive? There is no device of a smaller width than 320 px. And probably your minimal page width is set to the same value, so that responsiveness won‘t happen, even if there were such small devices.
  • that you are using system fonts, which have to be converted to images — what is a really cruciual issue. See my answer 4 here: https://forums.adobe.com/thread/2357163 But this fault is not necessarily related to the issue you are describing.

Are you aware of the fact,

  • that your widest breakpoint (1200 px) isn‘t responsive, but fixed
  • that most desktop browser don‘t allow window sizes as small as 360 px? So you can‘t test this breakpoint, without using a simulation mode or a real mobile device.

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LEGEND ,
Aug 10, 2018

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We can‘t access your video.

The better way: Post your video on YouTube and give us the link, or explain your issue here, use Dropbox to upload your small(!!) .muse file and post a valid and tested download link here. A .muse file will be necessary to assist you.

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Breakpoints work in Muse when I use the slider. They do not work in preview mode. Screen Shot 2018-08-10 at 2.55.50 PM.pngScreen Shot 2018-08-10 at 2.56.11 PM.png

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We are missing a link to download the .muse file. And we don‘t know, what exactly „is not working“.

The only thing, which we can see is,

  • that your breakpoint are at a really weird position. What do you intend with a breakpoint at 320 px? Why should elements below that width be responsive? There is no device of a smaller width than 320 px. And probably your minimal page width is set to the same value, so that responsiveness won‘t happen, even if there were such small devices.
  • that you are using system fonts, which have to be converted to images — what is a really cruciual issue. See my answer 4 here: https://forums.adobe.com/thread/2357163 But this fault is not necessarily related to the issue you are describing.

Are you aware of the fact,

  • that your widest breakpoint (1200 px) isn‘t responsive, but fixed
  • that most desktop browser don‘t allow window sizes as small as 360 px? So you can‘t test this breakpoint, without using a simulation mode or a real mobile device.

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