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I have a old Mac Book and need Adobe XD for class. At this time, I am unable to purchase a new computer so I really need an older version for Adobe XD that works for Mac OS 10.13.16 High Sierra. Please help. Thank you1 vote
Thanks for your suggestion. Unfortunately, Adobe in general does not support Mac OS 10.13 and earlier. https://helpx.adobe.com/download-install/kb/operating-system-guidelines.html
Be able to co-edit files locally instead of just cloud document.1 vote
Thanks for your interest in this. Our coediting technology relies on cloud documents, so this will unfortunately not be possible.
Your tutorial never asks me to switch to Prototype mode during the 8th Step when I am first starting out with XD. Not really hard to figure out, but a tutorial needs to be complete and foolproof1 vote
Thanks for reaching out. Fix Position When Scrolling is available in both Design and Prototype modes, so there’s no need to switch to select it. Hope that helps!
XD's "Preferences" menu is grayed out. Why not just make it disappear until XD is ready to have a Preferences menu.
It's a bad experience to see something that you can't touch. What a tease! Well, at lease in the case of XD, the grayed out "Preferences" menu is a bad experience.1 vote
Thanks for the suggestion. Unfortunately, this is a Mac platform limitation, so not something we can do.
Please re-enable the User Voice Bugs forum - it's faster and easier to use than the AdobeXD Community Forum, has better clarity into bug status, and is easier to search with more accurate results.2 votes
I'm closing this ticket, as we're highly unlikely to continue to use UserVoice for bugs. Thanks again for your feedback!