Push/Slide animation not working on select art boards
Have a prototype with a mixture of different animations.
Some use simple dissolves, others use the slide animation.
Working mostly fine.
However, on three of the art boards, no matter what I do- the slide OR push animation does not work. It simply does a dissolve.
I have removed and readded all links/transitions from these artboards but still does not work.
The functionality has been significantly updated since this issue was reported. If you’re experiencing issue with transitions, it’s best to open a new report to ensure accurate tracking. FWIW, one thing I see posted often is transitions list not showing everything which indicates the wired boards are of different sizes.
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I've been having the issue quite often
Reinforcing that this issue is problematic in day to day use.
Great..It resolved my Issue
Justin Bruss commented
I'm having the same issue. Going from a longer home page to a shorter page negates any input from the 'slide animation' field.
No matter what I select the program uses 'dissolve' instead.
Following your suggestion, I ensured that the height of the page is below the 'fold' represented by the dashed line on the interface. This seemed to fix it but it leaves some unnecessary empty space below the design.
Hi, here's the fix that worked for me: when you select an artboard, check the panel on the right where it says "viewport height". Make sure all the artboards in your file have the same viewport height. Also, make sure the viewport height is not taller than your Adobe XD window when previewing the prototype (which may depend on your monitor resolution).
Adminbchin (Admin, Adobe) commented
Hey, Leigh and Mattias,
Thanks for letting us know about this problem. For the animations where this problem occurs, are the associated artboards of different sizes?
If so, we are already aware of this issue. However, I'll add a comment to the bug filed with your comments.
Mattias Jakobsson commented
I have the same problem, please Adobe have a look at it.