Using Captivate 2019. I create two fluid boxes in rows and make one ‘static’ in order to add a number of objects that I would like appear in the fluid box at different times along the timeline. Checking ‘static’ adds a very large unusable dead space separating the two stacked horizontal boxes. This space increases as the width of the window is decreased to the size of a mobile phone.
Can someone please kindly advise where I can get highly detailed information about how to use static fluid boxes? Alternatively, can someone please kindly suggest any reason or solution for this huge, useless dead space formed by the static option of the fluid box.
Thanks so much,
Captivate 2019 using static fluid box creates large dead space
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