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    Please note that stacks is a feature that is intended to be used at design time, and does not dynamically shift the stack in preview. I’m going to rewrite this particular request to be more precisely about the latter suggestion.

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    Sean S commented  · 

    I would like to be able to create an accordion that forces all elements below it down. I'm guessing the best way to do this is use overlays and and have the ability to fix the overlay to the accordion button and switch states of said button (closed/open)

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    Sean S commented  · 

    If I'm interpreting what you say correctly, you can already view the "fold line". When you click on the artboard you will see a blue dashed line across the artboard indicating where the bottom that respective device's screen ends. You would just need to extend the artboard to add any elements that call below the fold that users would scroll to get to.

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    Sean S commented  · 

    I agree. It would be nice to nest overlays into one another or point to 2 different overlays and trigger them with the click of one button. An example of this would be the iPhone share modal which slides up from the bottom of the screen a split second after a dark/blurred overlay dissolves in. This is quite a common action in smartphones' UI.

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