Hi all you nice guys & gals
Yes, I’m another one of those desperate Ex-Musers who are looking for a nice cosy new home…
I would like to ask you some questions regarding the possibilities of Blocs.
It would be great if others chime in here to ask other questions comparing Muse and Blocs.
Who knows, maybe @Norm will even be inspired by some nice features Muse had…?
THANK YOU IN ADVANCE
Let’s start with these questions:
- INDIVIDUAL Breakpoints ???
In Muse one can set INDIVIDUAL breakpoints and as many as your design needs. In the Muse-Universe I was taught to define the breakpoints, when the actual design of that specific site needed it at a certain point - testing with changing the size of the browserwindow.
It seems, in Blocs I do have to stay with a fixed set of breakpoints (for the devices).
Is that correct? Can I somehow change the breakpoints?
What exactly can I do when my individual design looks horrible at a certain screen size „in between“ the given breakpoints?
Will the update of Blocs bring INDIVIDUAL Breakpoints?
Is that update (I somewhere read about) still planned for the end of 2018?
Is there a limitation of sub-levels?
How many levels exactly are possible?
Will the mobile menu automatically show those sub-levels? (For the last question, Muse was quite poor).
Is Blocs a good solution for BIG sites (100+ pages) ?
Is there something like a site structure view mode? (like Muse had one) and can pages be moved around within that view to change their actual position?
Would the menu then automatically reflect the new structure of the pages?
To get an idea of what I mean, have a look at this (old !) tutorial.
Building a Site Structure in Adobe Muse CC
the idea of „Master“ pages in Muse (see video above) was quite nice - is there something like that in Blocs?
What are your - longterm - future plans with Blocs?
Are there other geniuses next to you, who are working on Blocs, so that it wouldn’t be a catastrophe for us, when you, let’s say, decided to tour the world for 3 years?
You know what I mean…
These may sound like silly questions, but after the (really!) shocking experience with Adobe stopping Muse (that just had reached a good state) out of the blue, you will understand, that the traumatised Ex-Muse users need to find a new good home where they can hope to stay for a longer while.
It would be so nice, if Blocs could get us out of the „animal shelter“ into which Adobe threw us…
Sorry for so many questions, but I’m sure the answers will be useful for many Muse users.
THANK YOU VERY MUCH AGAIN