Currently other units are visible in the panel, but you can only account for units in pixels. I haven’t tested moving an object based on a click, but only pixel units work on the scroll action. If you select any other unit, it will simply work as pixels and it’s kind of disappointing because I am not able to optimize for smaller screen sizes in my take on horizontal image scrolling.
I’m just happy to have IX2 buggy or not, but Webflow constricts updates to the Wishlist and very rarely updates Wishlist items. It would be awesome to see Webflow documenting their development process or at least being more vocal about update progress, but Webflow would rather brag to the world about a feature that isn’t out (remember all the IX2 press?) than address more important things.
I wasn’t bothered that IX2 was being advertised before anyone could use it, but I am bothered that they can loudly advertise IX2 that isn’t out and not talk about other features on a frequent basis.
Seriously, why aren’t more people seeing this as a problem or saying something? It’s clear that everyone overestimated Webflow’s development maturity, but a year later almost in 2018 and with a major feature release that is only half-way completed punches me in the face with the reality that this platform has MAAANNNY years to go before it can be up to par with where people are really satisfied. Development is just too slow, and to an extent I understand that as someone who has a small dev team, but this is really questionable.
I’d also like to add…
I do congratulate Webflow on some of the small features added; file uploading, global swatches, and a few other things. Whether I’m right or wrong about how long it should seemingly take for Webflow to release different updates, I’m just asking for one simple thing:
Talk about update progress frequently. You’ve released a couple videos in the past, but I haven’t seen anything beyond that (and rare updates in the Wishlist). I’m sure there is plenty of free time where that information can be released.