i just found out (after setting up all my interactions) that even tho you can deactivate them for specific breakpoints now, they keep their “initial state actions”.
How do you manage to build a simple fade-in when scroll into view that’s disabled on mobile?
my normal workflow:
1. set object to 100% opacity in viewport/designer (let’s say that’s the final state)
2. use initial state in interactions and set it to 0% opacity.
3. when scrolled into viewport -> fade-in over 500ms to 100% opacity
When I now disable this really basic interaction on mobile, it still keeps the initial state of 0% opacity which makes every object invisible on mobile and therefore the whole interaction useless, huh (?)
Am I doing it wrong? That’s exactly how I’m setting up interactions for years now. Why do you apply the initial state from the disabled interaction?