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    Anonymous commented  · 

    I am sure having to back track and work backwards on components gets very frustrating for some. It would be nice if a master component is copied and modified there would be a way to make it its own master component. Instead it would need to be ungrouped breaking all the interactions and recreating them all in the new master. This would be not an issue for one simple interaction but when the component has a few complicated ones its gets hard to reproduce.

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    Anonymous commented  · 

    I am sure many requested or have been frustrated as to why such an elementary item has been ignored.

    Is it possible to have a single trigger such as tap to change states of two or more items. For example, can tapping into a text field make it enabled and another button enabled on a different location in the same art board?

    This is a simple example but more complex ones be created if it would be possible to associate multiple states for a single tap action.

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