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  1. #1
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    Default New Page resizing feature.

    Is there a tutorial or something that can help me with this.

    I cannot get it to work and cannot find anything in the help pages.

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    Default Re: New Page resizing feature.

    If you are talking about the new push feature then you need to set both the pusher and pushed.

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    Default Re: New Page resizing feature.

    Just a question Drwyd, is this a feature which can allow a placeholder object to push another object or is it only for the design process. So for instance when an ecwid store grows longer and shorter, depending on what the viewer selects from the store; does the page re-size dynamically in the browser?
    Who are you going to believe, me or your own eyes?

    http://www.sketchprinting.com

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    Default Re: New Page resizing feature.

    It's just an in editor thing and it will only push, not pull

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    Default Re: New Page resizing feature.

    I thought that was too good to be true - I just have to keep reminding myself that xara is wysiwyg; the best damn wysiwyg software ever.
    Who are you going to believe, me or your own eyes?

    http://www.sketchprinting.com

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    Default Re: New Page resizing feature.

    I gathered it was for the design process, but does it only work with stretcht buttons?

    I got the impression it also worked for text areas.

 

 

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