position of elements inside a compositions target

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Jan 12, 2018 Jan 12, 2018

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How is one able to control position of elements inside a compositions target?

Feel like dumb. Thought it gets centered in a compositions lightbox by default?

No pinning helps, unpinning doesn't help.

On mobile it looks like this – muse file here:  https://adobe.ly/2AUjTPx ​  if even necessary.

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Thanks in advance

Uwe

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LEGEND , Jan 12, 2018 Jan 12, 2018
In every breakpoint, where the composition menu is shown: Select the complete composition and unpin it. Set the light box „container“ to responsive scaling Select the target and set it to responsive scaling. Select the text frames, unpin them and set them to „Responsive Width. (They are differently set up in the 2 breakpoints)Now you are done!Attention: the „container“ and the „target" have the same size, so you have to click twice to activate the „target" or better use the „Layers“ panel to se...

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  • In every breakpoint, where the composition menu is shown:
  • Select the complete composition and unpin it.
  • Set the light box „container“ to responsive scaling
  • Select the target and set it to responsive scaling.
  • Select the text frames, unpin them and set them to „Responsive Width. (They are differently set up in the 2 breakpoints)
  • Now you are done!

Attention: the „container“ and the „target" have the same size, so you have to click twice to activate the „target" or better use the „Layers“ panel to select it.

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https://forums.adobe.com/people/G%C3%BCnter+Hei%C3%9Fenb%C3%BCttel  schrieb

  • Set the light box „container“ to responsive scaling
  • Select the target and set it to responsive scaling.

Marvellous . Let me add, that "responsive width" for the container gets greyed out in fluid width breakpoints.

To set the text boxes "responsive width" as well was/is very important, what I didn't think, I must admit.

It is amazing, thanks.

Neox99​  ,there is only one composition just one trigger and one target.

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I see a lightbox within the lightbox for one thing.

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Elements are scattered and IMO too many 'containers'

Master elements and 'suzann..' page elements overlap.

Try using the layers panel, 'turn off' visibility of all elements, turn on 1 at a time then lay them out.

I have NO idea what the page should look like so I have no idea how to lay out all the text.

Do you have a wireframe of each breakpoint layout we could see?

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