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Slideshow (Full Width) when set to hidden on desktop/tablet not displaying in front end editor (Finance Template)

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Hello, using the Finance template, on my front page, to get around the background image of the slider not being responsive, I have cloned the Slideshow (Full Width) addon and placed it in a 2nd row. The first row is hidden on mobile, and the 2nd row is hidden on Desktop and Tablet. This allows me to use desktop background images on the first rendition and mobile versions of the background image on the 2nd. Everything works well with it, except that when my client wants to edit on the front end, the mobile version of the addon is not available to edit, as it is set to hidden on desktop. This is fine, except when the client reduces the window width to access the row set to not be hidden on mobile, it does not reappear. This seems to be an issue with just this addon, as I cannot reproduce the problem with other rows I have done this with (one being hidden on mobile, the other being hidden on desktop and tablet). You can see the setup from the images below. Please let me know if you can help me out and if I can get you login credentials. Thanks!

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