What I’m saying is the complete opposite of that
What I’m saying here and elsewhere is don’t rush into opposing, judging, voicing against something that hasn’t even started yet. It’s listed into a “What’s coming” list at the moment, that’s all.
Dialog is open, let’s have a constructive and mannered one, voice our opinions, talk about the use cases we face. @AlexManyeki raises a good point about the Dropdown triggers. And there are the sliders triggers too. (Honestly haven’t thought about those two and I haven’t trid to see if IX2 can be of any help for that. I’d miss the Slider one a lot, it’s allowing some neat, refined sliders animations). I don’t get @Pasint claim about dynamic content as it’s in the upcoming things (“Collection list support”). @Pasint maybe you didn’t realize that yet.
So there’s time and users are listened to, I’m sure. It’s not time for complaining, writing all caps or trying to find cheats and workarounds.
If there is a real reason to suffer the hassle of having to duplicate a site, completely clean it, just to reuse it with IX1, I am sure @Webflow wants to hear about it. What would you want to continue to use in IX1?
Webflow is a software. The better it can be maintained, the more solid it is. Keeping a legacy feature alive for ever is a definitive no-no. Time consuming and dragging innovation backwards. Switching from IX to IX2 is a big deal I admit, pulling the plug on IX legacy will be the most important feature removed from WF that I can remember. But it didn’t and wont disappear overnight.