Is there a trick in using a dynamic block in a table cell? When a dynamic block is inserted into a cell, any visibility can be viewed (Properties Manager) in that cell if the visibility state has a block in it. What happens if the visibility state does not have a block. That is, if the view has exploded block so one can use parts in actions etc? Can I view ANY state in a cell regardless if it has a block or not? Or must the visibility states have blocks to be able to use it in the table cell?
Can you explain what you are trying to accomplish?
Only the default visibility state will be visible in the table. Using the Properties palette you are able to change which blocks you would like to have appear in the table but I'm not seeing different visibility states available.
In regards to the visibility state showing an exploded block so that you can see the dynamic properties or actions I don't believe I'm following you. Any visibility state in the block is a component of the block. You can have a block show in a visibility state but it will be a nested block. You won't be able to use the dynamic properties of a nested block.
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