Can't edit links
I can't delete or edit a link between two artboards. When I move it from one section and try to place it at another spot it just snaps back to its original place. It is stuck and I can't delete it either. A bug I presume? Alot of people are experiencing this.
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Not able to record I'm afraid. As mentioned I'm not able to edit any links. I'm forced to delete the link and start all over again. When I move the link by dragging it to another position, art board or screen place, it just snaps back to the place of origin. I can drag it but when I release it snaps back to where it was in the beginning.
AdminDebbie Suzuki (Adobe QE, Adobe) commented
Jan, when you say you aren't able to replace existing links do you mean you are trying to drag the wire to a different board? Are you clicking on the blue tab with the white > and dragging it to a different artboard? If so when doing that make sure the new target artboard is highlighted blue showing that it's what will be linked to. If you're able to make a recording of what you are seeing and send that to me: firstname.lastname@example.org that would be a great help too. Thanks for your help in narrowing down this issue.
As mentioned in my two posts there's several things not working in terms of linking. After the june update I was able to remove SOME links by dragging it to the pasteboard (not the most intuitive solution I've seen) but the bug is still there. The whole linking concept is instable on W10. Some times I'm not able to remove, move or replace any existing links. Other times I'm just able to remove but not drag the link to place it at another spot in my prototype, it just snaps back to its original place. Most times I have to delete the whole artboard and start all over again.
After last update in June I'm able to remove a link by dragging to the pasteboard but now I'm not able to link freely link one section backwards to the prior artboard. It's a fine mess this linkage concept.