Until now, Makeswift’s UX for interactive components has been suboptimal. You could change props in the right sidebar, but you couldn’t experience interactions for yourself without using preview mode or publishing a page. Interaction mode allows you to hide Makeswift controls so that you can directly interact with your page. Now you can open mobile menus, accordions, and more to edit their content and configure their styles within Makeswift.
Upgrade `@makeswift/runtime` to `0.6.4` to use Interaction mode. You can toggle between Interaction mode and Build mode via the toolbar or with the `A` and `ESC` keys.
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