I don't understand why the Cinch widget doesn't provide the ability to display/resize images like the stock Adobe slide show widget.Because it absolutely HAS to resize both ways, it completely wrecks my home page layout across breakpoints. I used an earlier version of the Cinch widget for an older site, and copied the same images, sizes, and settings to the 2.0 version; 100% width for the largest break point, and then responsive width for the smaller three. In the earlier version the slide show is not set at fixed height. It correctly "pulls" all content beneath it upwards as it shrinks across break points. Cinch 2.0 does not produce the same effect when the break point shrinks below 768 px. Instead, it overlaps all content beneath it and then shrinks, but doesn't pull any other content up, which leaves a very noticeable amount of white space (in the smallest mobile break point 490px). I am using the latest version of Adobe Muse (2018) on a 2014 Mac Book Pro, and Cinch Slide Show Widget 2.0. How do I circumvent this issue? I've spent multiple hours attempting to get the widget to resize correctly, which is absolutely ridiculous. If there is no solution, there's really no point in continuing to use this widget. Thanks.