Adobe Exchange should enable for Adobe XD, so that other developer can develop extensions and allow us to install. Like we have. this option for other CC products like, Photoshop, illustrator, InDesign and others.1 vote
Plugins are now supported in XD and is discoverable right within the app.
I want to export my designs to Avocode using XD on Windows 10 - just like it works with XD on Mac.8 votes
Happy to announce Adobe XD 10 (July update) now officially supports Avocode on Windows!
Read more from the Avocode team here: https://blog.avocode.com/good-news-for-all-adobe-xd-windows-users-new-avocode-integration-here-2c09358279aa
Bridge with sympli for improving the share with developers.
Sympli works in interaction with XCode and Android Studio, at moment is available only for Photoshop.41 votes
XD’s January 2018 update now supports integration with Sympli (as well as Zeplin, Avocode, ProtoPie, and Kite Compositor). Read more at https://theblog.adobe.com/introducing-popular-3rd-party-integrations-adobe-xd/
Sympli is only supported on Mac right now. If you’re interested in Sympli support with XD on Windows, please let us know by upvoting https://adobexd.uservoice.com/forums/353007/suggestions/33045637-sympli-integration-on-windows
It would be great if XD could have an Extension that works with Sketch and Photoshop to export Artboards to XD - like you would do with Zeplin or Proto.io
The ability to import the exported dartboards into XD with all the assets sliced, imported and placed in their original/correct position, all groups and layers are preserved just like they were in the original design app.
This would be a massive time saver and speed up our workflow hugely69 votes
In our March release we’ve released the ability to open Photoshop & Sketch files in XD. After reading this thread, i think that feature is covering what was originally requested here.
Can you try it out and let me know if this is what you need?
How it works:
You can bring your Photoshop or Sketch files into XD by simply opening a PSD or a .sketch file with the CMD-O command or by selecting “Open” from the “File” menu. Your file will automatically convert into a new XD file with your artboards, layers, and assets editable and at a high fidelity.
You can find more details about March release here:
Let me know your feedback.
I'd like to paste objects such as custom shapes from AI and PS (maybe other apps, too). I usually use this feature AI -> PS. For XD, would be perfect to transfer any psd file into xd file.18 votes
It is now possible to copy from AI/PS and paste into XD.
If there are specific problems or missing pieces of that workflow, please let us know by filing new suggestions for each individual problem. (Note: some are already filed, such as: https://adobexd.uservoice.com/forums/353007/suggestions/12868956-import-photoshop-vector-objects-as-editable-vector)
Copying from XD and pasting into AI/PS was also mentioned here, originally. I’ve removed that bit from the title since it’s already separately tracked in https://adobexd.uservoice.com/forums/353007/suggestions/13118382-copy-from-xd-paste-into-illustrator-or-photoshop — please upvote that suggestion if copy-pasting in this direction is important to you.
Thanks for your feedback!
Clipboard fails between XD and other apps—including Ai—however it works within itself.
Please fix this so that there is a good integration and ability to copy something to the clipboard from XD and paste it in another app.3 votes
In the July release, you will be able to copy bitmap images of any selected elements or artboards. This will allow you to:
1. Copy artboards directly to presentations or specs built in apps like Powerpoint, Keynote, Google Docs, etc.
2. Copy any other elements into docs for presentations (raster)
3. Copy bitmaps and paste them into PS for quick edits and the copy/paste them back to XD.
Vector objects (via Photoshop) do not allow color edits. Editing fills extend to the rectangular bounds, not just the object
(the shapes are imported as raster bitmap images, currently)9 votes
In the latest version of Photoshop (CC 2017), it’s now possible to copy vector shapes to the clipboard via Edit > Copy Special > Copy SVG. Pasting these into XD will keep them as editable vectors where you can edit the fill & stroke.
If you have any feedback about how this works, please file a new suggestion here in UserVoice or start a discussion in our forums: https://forums.adobe.com/community/experiencedesign.
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