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  1. Jose
    3rd August 2015 @ 10:13 am

    Thanks for these tips.

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  2. Daria
    4th August 2015 @ 9:31 pm

    Thank you a lot for all recommendations
    I`ve tried to apply the 14. Highlight clickable items and had some troubles with it.
    I can`t make the hot spot visible after a project generation.
    “View->Mask->Mask Hot spot” option is checked.
    I`ve added a custom style for a Hot Spot but the “Base Style” drop-down is unavailable and always displays a “Default” style so that I can`t apply a custom style to a Hot Spot widget.

    Thanks in advance for any help on this issue.

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    • Neil Turner
      5th August 2015 @ 7:42 am

      Hi Daria,

      The highlight interactive elements option in the lefthand sitemap (it’s a little green rectangle icon with a pointer) is now probably the best way to show clickable areas. By clicking on the icon clickable areas are highlighted in greeen. You can also now send urls with it set by appending ‘&hi=1’ to the end of the URL e.g. http://uvq2f3.axshare.com/#p=save&hi=1. I think that at the time of writing the article having this highlighting option set in the URL wasn’t yet possible on Axshare.

      Neil

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  3. Anne Thompson
    12th November 2015 @ 6:59 pm

    Neil, thanks from a newbie. I’ve had to resurrect my prototyping skills and used Axure when it first came out. I felt pretty overwhelmed beginning from scratch. There is still a lot that confounds me, but this article helped me to ground myself and not worry too much about the sophistication. Thanks especially for the tips on navigation and dynamic panels.
    Much appreciated!
    Anne

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  4. Frank
    11th April 2016 @ 2:28 pm

    Neil, great refresher. I created a library with custom widgets but if i update the widget, it seems that that it’s not updated in those places where it was already inserted. Is there any way around this?

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    • Neil Turner
      27th April 2016 @ 8:58 am

      Hi Frank, I don’t think so because the widget is just a copy of the master widget (i.e. your custom widget) – there is no synching between the two. You’d need to use masters and perhaps styles to ensure that changes are automatically updated.

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  5. Ryan
    24th June 2016 @ 2:44 am

    Do you have a tutorial on how to get illustrator files into Axure?

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    • Neil Turner
      27th June 2016 @ 9:56 am

      Hi Ryan, you would have to export to an image file (e.g. png or jpg) to import into Axure. Axure doesn’t support native illustrator or photoshop files.

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