This is not the .muse file, but the HTML output. What we need, is the .muse file and a description, exactly wich links don’t work.
still a html. I cannot see the .muse.
No I got it from dropbox.
From breakpoint to breakpoint it changes the layer? (red to blue shows it).
Not causing your issue (I can reproduce the issue, but, …), but the hamburger kooks strange
Your menu items are compositions as well with no link set?
I can only try a solution in the way, that you should use the same composition for your menu for all breakpoints and not use a separate menu composition for 1370 and for smaller breakpoints.
I think, I tracked down the issue.
But now it is bed time. I’ll explain tomorrow.
Hi the links are not working for the images on the page for 600px and 800 px breakpoints. The links in top of the page menu work correctly. If you look at the my old version of the site www.francismartinet.fr everything is working properly !
These problems did appear with the last version of muse…
Thank you for your help.
Yes, you already told us.
Here the description of your problem:
Look at this modified and heavily reduced sample page of your site, demonstrating the issue quite clearly:
This sample shows 3 issues in one simple file:
You may download the .muse file directly from the sample site.
The only way out for now is waiting on a bug fix release, which addresses this issue. For this reason, you may sign into the prerelease forum: museprerelease.com
Would be possible as well, to roll back to the last version of Muse, if you have a version of your .muse file, which wasn’t saved by the 2017.1 version.
Where can I find the old version of MUSE ?
A team member answered, that it would be definitely important, if you can give them some informations about your file. Here the wording of his contribution:
"On a closer look at the muse dataBase file what I found , that the container of the target has also got a topCenter browser pinned . This browser pin on the container of the target is what causing the bug.
We were curious to understand how this file was created, as from tool it is not possible to select the container of the composition target and set a browser pinning on the same. We are unable to recreate this in house. Could you please share how this file was created and on which version of muse?"
The best would be, if you sign into the Prerelease forum (museprerelease.com) and have a look at this thread: https://forums.adobeprerelease.com/muse/discussio...
Additionally I link the team member to your thread, and hope, he will chime in. But, if possible have a look at the discussion in the prerelease forum.