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[Windows] Exporting from Xd (.svg) to Adobe Illustrator - Blur Not Showing
Xd Version: 0.8.22.17 Beta, CS 126.96.36.199
Adobe Illustrator Version : 21.1.0 (64-bit)
Windows 10 Home
OS Build 15063.608
- Create any 2 shapes in Xd. Make them any color but white.
- Create a 3rd shape and overlay(top layer)that so the previous two shapes are totally covered
- Select this 3rd shape and apply blur (amount: 8 | brightness: 0 | opacity: 0%)
- Select page
- Export .svg (embed image)
- Open .svg in Adobe Illustrator
No blur. See Ai_NoBlur.png
1. I made a group…8 votes
Blur for the exported SVG will be implemented in a future version of XD. Will let you know once that is publicly available.
the title says it all
During export i don't want to be clicking and looking for the location of the export every single time.
Please make a button that resets the export location to the location of *.xd file.2 votes
Exporting assets (like a row of buttons) as JPG turns the transparent space to white - it should change it to the artboards background colour (or even better, give the user the option to use the background colour or not)6 votes
Give option to select which screens to simulate/animate/and export, give exact width/height options, speed, then options per format, i.e for GIF will give GIF options, for AVI will give video options and thus ...803 votes
I’ve tweaked the title so it covers only exporting animation to GIF format. This will help keep our feature list fine-grained so we can get a better picture of which are the most important.
For the other formats that were originally mentioned here:
- Export animation as a video — exporting to MOV (QuickTime) is supported now, via the Record button in the Preview window. If you need to save in a different video format, please file a new suggestion with details.
- Export animation as HTML/CSS/JS — please upvote https://adobexd.uservoice.com/forums/353007/suggestions/13198020-export-html-css-animation-code
- Export animation as Flash SWF — please file a new suggestion if you need to export to this format.
Currently when you export to PDF there is no option to name the PDF file you are saving, even if you've only selected a few artboards, meaning I have to go back onto the desktop after the fact and edit the filename of the exported PDF.102 votes
A great feature would be to export a layout into a format that could be edited in Dreamweaver allowing us to create a layout or UI and then build a final producr straight off of that.
This would speed up the design process and levels of productivity tremendously.83 votes
A client is requesting to have assets in Illustrator format. Basically, I want to be able to export from XD as an Illustrator file with the options to save images as linked or embedded. This is similar to the SVG export option, except that SVG I think has a file size limit of about 15 MB. When I export as an SVG at a large size, XD fails. Exporting as Illustrator with supported text boxes (not breaking them into individual text lines and not outlining the text either. Just easy and editable from XD to Illustrator. XD export as SVG…24 votes
I would like to understand more about the limitation of the export as SVG as i am not aware of any limit. Are you talking about a limit in the application that consumes the SVG, like a browser or Illustrator?
In general, if you choose to export with embedded images, the size of SVG will become large and it will be hard to process it in other application.
Currently when you export a PDF with the same name as an already opened previous version, it wont say what is wrong. Would be nice if they fix this!2 votes
2x JPEGs typically should be compressed more than 1x JPEGs, so being able to individually set quality would be extremely useful, otherwise I have to do two separate exports (each with a different quality) and merge the results.4 votes
Add support for exporting to these file formats(.wmf and .emf)
This is valuable to allow maximum flexibility and reduce spacing costs on cloud storage.2 votes
I'm Head of Brand Management in a marketing department. And more and more often we need to make a simple app to our colleagues in sales. Very simple functionality but vital information. The problem is that our development department do not have time and recourses to help us doing the coding for us.
So basically my suggestions is quite simple: Why can't Adobe XD have a export or build function like nativ.com or Appy Pie where you can build an app without coding. I do my designs in XD, Photoshop etc. and I have a licens for Adobe CC…239 votes
Highlight a Page and export all TEXT BLOCKS as text files for developers to import into CMS.100 votesMihnea Ovidenie responded
I understand what you are saying and thank you for the explanation.
Currently the default location to export your assets is the last location used. I work in several different projects throughout the day and need to export to different locations. It would be great if the default location for exporting assets stayed with the individual XD file instead of being system wide.28 votes
This is not the same as exporting an entire artboard as HTML/CSS. Often when transforming design into HTML/CSS it can be handy to extract style information, piece by piece, from a design. Thus from a selection, rather than en entire artboard (though that would be cool as well). Beling able te extract style information as CSS from a selection (e.g. a selected text frame) and copy paste it into whatever code editor of choice would make XD such a powerful tool.113 votes
Artboard export to pdf is currently top left to bottom right. When linking to the PDF from InDesign this may mess up the links if artboards are rearranged or added later.
An option to change this behavior to be closer to Illustrator would fix this issue. I.e. export in order of creation.
Unless there is another way to reference XD files from within InDesign?4 votes
As a designer, I often design elements and use them at same scale @1x across all platforms in same XD document. I would like to export elements into folders that XD defines automatically on export.
See prototype link: https://xd.adobe.com/view/c1ea45b8-c327-4597-8679-53c08956adaf/
Replaces earlier feature request post from late 2016 where link XD prototype link broke.8 votes
I would like to export my art boards into a single PDF in a predefined page order.89 votes
Just to clarify how it works currently – artboards in the PDF are currently listed based on looking at your artboard layout on XD’s canvas in “reading order." The PDF page order will start with artboards in the topmost row left to right, then move on to the next row of artboards below that (starting with the leftmost artboard again), etc.
I would like to see the Illustrator export to PDF window, where you have presets and total control over the PDF creation.
Right now I had a day work, exported it as PDF pages and was terrified by the colors and quality. Had to redo all the work in Illustrator again...
So PDF export options and color profile choices.46 votes
Based on the Android components I would like the export all my layouts with assets. I would to import the xml document into my Android studio and drag the assets into Android studio have most of the front end tools layout everything.270 votes
I printed my PDF but it would be nice if I could have the option to include the Artboard title added to each one (sort of like the UI).34 votes