Hover interaction stops when hovering on a nested component of the main component

I have a button that appears on hovering the big bar component you see in the video, the button as a nested icon but hover behaviour stops as soon as mouse is over the icon, even though the icon belongs to the button so button has not been left yet.
Looks like a bug or am I missing something?

note: Sorry the video is not good I had to film with my cellphone because if try to capture with video and it stops when I hover on the window not sure problem is Figma or mac os :frowning:

Hey @Cecilia_Marnero, thank you for reaching out!

Unfortunately you forgot to attach the screen recording. So that I have a bit more context, could you capture a quick video showing the entire app and how/when this behavior happens?

I am not quite sure if you’re running into a limitation. It’s not currently possible to add an on-hover and an on-click interaction to the same element, or nested elements, as the hover blocks further interactions.

This limitation is called out in Prototype interactions and animations:

You’re not able to combine On Click / On Tap with While Hovering, since the action for the first interaction will make the action from the second on that object unreachable once executed.

If possible feel free to share link to the file, and invite support-share@figma.com with “can edit” permission. Note that users with @figma.com emails on your team do not count towards your billing.

Thanks in advance!

Thanks Gayani! Here’s the video and more info about this: this is a variant of a component the button X is part of it but is with an absolute position.

Hey @Cecilia_Marnero, thanks for sharing the screen recording! I think it’s helpful to view this directly in the file. Are you able to provide a direct link to the file here, and invite support-share@figma.com with “can edit” permission so we can look into this further? Note that users with @figma.com emails on your team do not count towards your billing.

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