San Francisco, CAUSA
Hometown: New Orleans
April 22, 2011
VP of Experience Design at Fluid, instructor at SFSU, Adobe User Group Manager (Fire On The Bay), Adobe Community Professional, Applied Psychologist, Interaction Designer, New Orleanian, Motorcyclist
Yes, I figured that out.
I made a work around for now. I create page 1 with the nav, states and web layers. I then duplicate that page for all my nav page. I go back to the original page and share the layer to all pages. Go back to the other pages and delete the non-shared layer.
The states seem to be shared at that point and all I needed to create for each nav element were the web layers. I did this for left nav and top nav and it is working.