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How to Center Thumbnails?

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Jan 04, 2019

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Hello! I have a two-part question. I altered my thumbnails on several slideshows to resemble circles that you can click on to change pictures. However, when in the smallest breakpoint, the circles are not centered; they have shifted to the right side of the page. I don't want them pinned to the top or bottom of my page because it wouldn't look right. The right arrow on the slideshow is also cut off a little - just the right one, not the left. I have attached a picture to help explain what I mean. Does anyone have any ideas on how to fix these problems?

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There unfortunately is no way to achieve, what you want in the intended constellation. The responsive rules of Muse work fine, as soon as objects don’t overlap. If they overlap, you have to work with „guiding frames“ and object grouping, just as shown here: https://forums.adobe.com/docs/DOC-9082. But this doesn’t help in your case: You can’t group a rectangle with only a part (thumbnail container) of a widget. I made a feature request about this in the prerelease forum, but unfortunately Muse’s „End of Life“ came across …

Only workaround: Place the thumbnail container directly under or over the hero images:

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How to Center Thumbnails?

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Hello! I have a two-part question. I altered my thumbnails on several slideshows to resemble circles that you can click on to change pictures. However, when in the smallest breakpoint, the circles are not centered; they have shifted to the right side of the page. I don't want them pinned to the top or bottom of my page because it wouldn't look right. The right arrow on the slideshow is also cut off a little - just the right one, not the left. I have attached a picture to help explain what I mean. Does anyone have any ideas on how to fix these problems?

Screen Shot 2019-01-04 at 3.05.55 PM.png

There unfortunately is no way to achieve, what you want in the intended constellation. The responsive rules of Muse work fine, as soon as objects don’t overlap. If they overlap, you have to work with „guiding frames“ and object grouping, just as shown here: https://forums.adobe.com/docs/DOC-9082. But this doesn’t help in your case: You can’t group a rectangle with only a part (thumbnail container) of a widget. I made a feature request about this in the prerelease forum, but unfortunately Muse’s „End of Life“ came across …

Only workaround: Place the thumbnail container directly under or over the hero images:

Screen_01.jpg

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There unfortunately is no way to achieve, what you want in the intended constellation. The responsive rules of Muse work fine, as soon as objects don’t overlap. If they overlap, you have to work with „guiding frames“ and object grouping, just as shown here: https://forums.adobe.com/docs/DOC-9082. But this doesn’t help in your case: You can’t group a rectangle with only a part (thumbnail container) of a widget. I made a feature request about this in the prerelease forum, but unfortunately Muse’s „End of Life“ came across …

Only workaround: Place the thumbnail container directly under or over the hero images:

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