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MUSE cursor stuck in "Click to jump to breakpoint" mode. Can't get it to be the plain select tool.

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The title sums it up.   I am trying to set breakpoints, and any time I drag the window, the cursor sticks in this "Click to jump to breakpoint" mode.  "V" doesn't work.  If I click it, it does indeed jump to the next higher breakpoint, which is NOT what I want -- I need to work withn the smaller size page.  I can't get it to be the plain selection tool mode.  Small, but aggravating, problem.

Working in MUSE 2017.0.4.8, 805099 File format 363   on an iMac

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Rob

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I only get this in this situation:

Bildschirmfoto 2017-07-13 um 00.32.51.png

Then this is between two breakpoints. Of course you have to decide a breakpoint first. If there´s no smaller breakpoint at, let´s say 768,

you must choose the next bigger breakpoint.

Does this help?

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MUSE cursor stuck in "Click to jump to breakpoint" mode. Can't get it to be the plain select tool.

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The title sums it up.   I am trying to set breakpoints, and any time I drag the window, the cursor sticks in this "Click to jump to breakpoint" mode.  "V" doesn't work.  If I click it, it does indeed jump to the next higher breakpoint, which is NOT what I want -- I need to work withn the smaller size page.  I can't get it to be the plain selection tool mode.  Small, but aggravating, problem.

Working in MUSE 2017.0.4.8, 805099 File format 363   on an iMac

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Rob

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Correct answer by fotoroeder | Adobe Community Professional

I only get this in this situation:

Bildschirmfoto 2017-07-13 um 00.32.51.png

Then this is between two breakpoints. Of course you have to decide a breakpoint first. If there´s no smaller breakpoint at, let´s say 768,

you must choose the next bigger breakpoint.

Does this help?

Uwe

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Rightclick into the breakpoint bar to create a new breakpoint.

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Thanks for the reply.

That's not my problem -- it is that the CURSOR sticks in this "click to jump to breakpoint" mode, which means if I try to work on the content in a specific breakpoint, as soon as I click on the cursor, it jumps to the next highest brealpoint.  I need it to stay in the standard selection tool mode, so I can work within the space.

It's a problem with the cursor, not setting breakpoints.  Sorry if I was unclear.

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May I ask, do you want to work between two breakpoints? This is not possible. Did I understand you right?

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Hi

No, I don't.    When I use the breakpoint slider to move to the next breakpoint down, and move the cursor, it is stuck in this mode, "click to jump to breakpoint," which, when I click it to try to select an object, instead of selecting, it jumps to the next highest breakpoint.  The problem is with the cursor state.

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Could you provide a screenshot of your situation?

I didn`t get it so far, I`m afraid

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It's hard to grab a screenshot -- but when i use the breakpoint slider and move to a new breakpoint, the cursor switches to this one, and I can't get it into the standard selection tool.  Clicking on this just takes me back to the next widest breakpoint, but won't let me select elements in the smaller space.  

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I only get this in this situation:

Bildschirmfoto 2017-07-13 um 00.32.51.png

Then this is between two breakpoints. Of course you have to decide a breakpoint first. If there´s no smaller breakpoint at, let´s say 768,

you must choose the next bigger breakpoint.

Does this help?

Uwe

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Thanks, Uwe -- that was it!

I thought that as long as I was within a breakpoint, I could adjust the settings.  But now I understand that I must be on the precise breakpoint itself.  This may solve some of my other issues as well.

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Yep.

Don`t care about Mr T.

No need to sorry. Elect.

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