Ah I see what you mean–sorry for not catching this earlier! Because push/pull is contained within dynamic panels and the accordion menus are stacked on top of each other in the mobile view, the push/pull interaction won’t work as expected in this particular AV.
To work around this, you’ll want to implement a sequence of actions that first hides the outer dynamic panel, toggles the inner content (which will adjust the panel’s size accordingly), and then shows the outer panel again with its newly adjusted size. This will make it appear as if the content inside of the dynamic panel is pushing/pulling the rest of the accordion. If you’re interested, Jane provides a more detailed explanation of this workaround here.
I’ve gone ahead and implemented this workaround in the first case of the “Tiroir 1” dynamic panel’s “OnClick” interaction. I also re-named the dynamic panels containing the content to “Content 1 DP” and “Content 2 DP” for clarity. Check out the file here:
Test_edited2.rp (108.3 KB)
You’ll also want to make sure to add this workaround to any other actions that might change the size of your dynamic panels. Since the size of the Content 1 DP can be changed by showing and hiding the “A”, “B”, and “C” groups in the “Content_tiroir_1” group, you’ll want to edit the events that are showing/hiding these groups as well. In the file, I’ve re-named the widgets with these events to “Group A Header”, “Group B Header”, etc. and added the necessary actions to each one:
(Note that the first case is checking if the current AV is the mobile view because this workaround will actually interfere with how the push/pull is set up in the other views.)
I hope this helps! Please let me know if you have any questions.