I have tried pinning multiple different objects (images, shapes, text) and they do not appear below the 600 axis.
If I move the object above 600 axis, then they appear as they should. (I used top middle pin setting)
I need to pin an object in body of page. Does anyone know how to fix this? This seems more like a bug, because I have used this feature before on older version of Muse.
pin to top, middle and bottom is to fix the distance from the top, middle and bottom so a page that is 400 long will not show an object pinned to 600 because the page is not that long
yes Muse started to remove pin after 2016 and redesigned the code again in late 2017 (the build that got rushed out for MAX) and again in 2018... pin does work different in these builds and yes their are bugs but we need to see the details and a .muse file (cut back to just the issue) is the best option
p.s, scroll effects is another option for fixing things and works better than pin in some senarios... there are good 'how to" vids here
hi, I have an example muse file I would like to attach here but do not see attachment button.. how do I do this?
In the file, I pinned one object at 700,200 (which works as it should) and pinned another object at 100,900 (which does not appear in preview at all.
The page is 1500 long, so it does not make any sense why the 2nd object at 100,900 does not appear at all when pinned.
If the pin function does not work for this, what is the solution to make the second object stay "anchored" at 100,900 ?
Pinning is yor problem in this case – if you use that scrubber
you can clearly see this:
Not sure what you want to achieve with that pinning but if you pin these elements to each corner of the browser instead to to top center of the browser , these elements keep in place and are visible all time except …
… you won`t ever see the bottom element because it keeps its distance to the top as long as ones desktop does not show more than 900 px in height.
If you don`t pin both elements at all they keep visible and are scrollable.
So the question is, what do you want to achieve?
I want the bottom element to stay pinned at 100,900 coordinates at all time.
Does that make sense?
Then you have to pin it to the top left browser like this:
But be aware that the users with smaller screens won`t see that element ever.
Maybe it is much better to place it different like this:
… and pin it to the bottom left corner. Like this the element is always visible like you maybe want it?
hi, sorry but none of these suggestions have worked.
To apply this in a real life example, I have a page with a video at the top.
When the user scrolls below the video player, the objective is to have the video player shrink and appear on the side of page and stay pinned as the user scrolls down the page. (so the shrinked video is visible at all times)
The black element in my .muse example file represents the shrunk video player. (that is not the issue, I know how to do that)
It is just having it pinned at all times once the user scrolls below the large video player at the top of page.
does this make more sense?