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Stretched to the browser elements not pushing - overlapping

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Hi there,

Please help me here if there is any solution? So far I haven't found one. On my responsive website, the elements which are set to 'stretch to browser width' will not be pushed by other elements above (they are all unpinned). As you might be aware we can't group these objects to react together.  When resizing the browser the text box will overlap the streched photo/coloured box. Does it mean I can't use images, coloured boxes stretched to the browsers if they can't be responsive? Then what it is the point of having this feature? (I didn't have this problem before the recent updates). Is the answer having lots of breakpoints- WHich I don't think it should be the answer, if I go a bit below 960, it starts overlapping.

Looking forward to hearing your answers...

Thanks,

Umay

The solution is quite simple:

You have grouped the text boxes. and this group overlaps the rectangle/image elements between.

• Solution: Simply ungroup the text boxes (shift+cmd+G), and start celebrating christmas!

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Stretched to the browser elements not pushing - overlapping

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Hi there,

Please help me here if there is any solution? So far I haven't found one. On my responsive website, the elements which are set to 'stretch to browser width' will not be pushed by other elements above (they are all unpinned). As you might be aware we can't group these objects to react together.  When resizing the browser the text box will overlap the streched photo/coloured box. Does it mean I can't use images, coloured boxes stretched to the browsers if they can't be responsive? Then what it is the point of having this feature? (I didn't have this problem before the recent updates). Is the answer having lots of breakpoints- WHich I don't think it should be the answer, if I go a bit below 960, it starts overlapping.

Looking forward to hearing your answers...

Thanks,

Umay

The solution is quite simple:

You have grouped the text boxes. and this group overlaps the rectangle/image elements between.

• Solution: Simply ungroup the text boxes (shift+cmd+G), and start celebrating christmas!

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This normally works perfectly, as long as the elements don’t overlap initially or one of the elements (or both) aren’t pinned to a browser position (= 6 dot pinning icon).

Please give as a small(!!) .muse file with only a few showing your issue (-> Dropbox, CC Files, …). Please follow these instructions: https://forums.adobe.com/docs/DOC-8652

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Here is the file @Günter https://adobe.ly/2Bdgf45  Thanks for looking into this!

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The solution is quite simple:

You have grouped the text boxes. and this group overlaps the rectangle/image elements between.

• Solution: Simply ungroup the text boxes (shift+cmd+G), and start celebrating christmas!

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I think I'm going mad! I grouped them to try a solution for overlapping- they weren't before, and tried it for dozens of times! I'm still suspicious but, thank you,  relieved that there will be a solution for such a problem if it happens again! Yeah, Happy Christmas!

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