I've created a landing page for one of my projects, and would like to set resize to 'none' / make the form non-responsive for the desktop and tablet sizes (as the form would be too narrow if I leave it responsive and don't add 100 breakpoints). If I pin the form to the middle and set resize to none I don't need to add any breakpoints before hitting mobile sizes.
The problem is that when I do set resize to 'none' and test the page, the text in the input field behaves weirdly when you reduce the page width (places itself at either the very top or bottom of the field, while the full width sizes still work fine with the text placed in the middle of the field).
Anyone experiencing the same problems?
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Thanks in advance,
I've more and less the same problem as you.
Since I've made the update MUSE CC 2018.
For me this trouble happen only when I have the captcha box.
When I resize my browser width, the form boxes is getting crazy.
Can you fix that trouble with a responsive CAPTCHA please ?
„weird“ or „getting crazy“ is not really a useful description f the issues, you are encountering.
I am aware of this form related bug:
If you have a different issue, please copy the „misbehaving“ form into a newly created .muse file, and share it with us (–> Dropbox, Creative Cloud, …). Please follow these instructions: https://forums.adobe.com/docs/DOC-8652