BugHeard responded, with a clear explanation how it works.
I will paste it below, but best work around, is to give the main layout areas (divs etc) proper ID name (from what I gather from the explanation)
I uploaded Hype generated test files online for testing on bigheard here http://www.envision-online.com/test1/#1 http://www.envision-online.com/test1/#1 and included the script from Hype guys so that the URL has #1 #2 appended at the end for each scene.
If anyone has any input from their response, any assistance would be appreciated.
— response from BugHeard ——
Thanks for getting in touch.
I’ve taken a look at the site in question, and I can see a few things that are causing these.
Bugherd needs to communicate with various elements on the page in order to mark exactly where the drop-pins are placed, however the ‘slides’ on this page has a multiple images that only have the ellipses between the opening and closing of the div tags. Because all the div classes marked “HYPE_element_container” have a lot of the same information (as well as having the pointer-events labelled “zero”), Bugherd can’t tell exactly what it’s supposed to be pointing to, which is why it doesn’t, and only shows the heading in the top-left corner.
If you have any further questions regarding this, please let me know and I’ll be happy to discuss this in more detail.