Sorry, new here. Came back to try Bubble since they added new Resp Engine. Could not find a post talking about this:
I cannot for the life of me figure out how to rearrange the elements in the elements tree like you would in FlutterFlow / YCode / AppGyver / etc…
Here are examples images from them:
Flutter Flow (Arrangeable)
In tutorials experienced Bubblers seem to know the secret sauce to dragging elements on the screen to put them in and out of groups.
But I am creating a layout in the new engine. Somehow in trying to drag things around in the editor to create a hierarchy, some groupings work and others completely fall apart and get orphaned.
I’m trying to drag a button back on a row group so it will side by side with an input field and I cannot find which magic pixels will accept the button back into the row.
I can’t rearrange anything in the element tree that unlike the other app softwares seems to have no intention of being able to let you re-order things clearly. So far I have to multi-select them, select ‘ungroup’, erase the Row or Column container. Then multi-select and group them into a new one then set all my container settings all over again. Then if I drag wrong later and one thing gets orphaned I have to do that all over again.
Are there at least buttons or right-click options some where where I can multi select 2 things and have the second be a child of the first?
Does Bubble have any plans to have a clear way to re-order and change parent-child relationship that is clear and objective without dragging things around over and over on the edit screen crossing my fingers I will find the magic way to have them go in the right group again?
OR, obviously if they have this already and I am missing it, may someone explain where it is? They have the ‘make first’, ‘make last’ obviously to rearrange elements WHITHIN a group, but I need to change the parent-child relationship.
Am I the only person that gets my elements completely out of shape as far as groupings when I drag to the wrong spot?
Thank you for any help.