One of our clients cannot for some reason scroll on their screen. Without a middle mouse button or a scroll wheel, there is no other way to scroll on the links that are shared on the page.
Maybe add a function where users can scroll vertically on the shared adobe XD link with the up and down arrow keys? Or have the default scroll bars appear on the side normally on most browsers.
Thanks for your feedback. Scrolling on the web should also work with a click/drag and with a trackpad two finger swipe. Which platform and browser is your client using?
It makes no sense that when I click on someone's comment, a new tab opens. And if I've implemented password protection, I have to enter the password again.1 vote
Can you tell us more about where you’re clicking on someone else’s comments? Are you talking about from an Email or from the comment notification on your desktop?
When I create a background pattern with icons/ graphics the loading time in browser link takes a lot of time and even the file is freaking out. Is there an option to reduce file size/ rasterize the pattern for increasing the file size?1 vote
Can you upload a file that reproduces the issue? I’d love to understand what’s going on right now, and it’s unfortunately a little vague.
If I create a link for one of the process and then have to create a link of sharing for the other flow then the previous link disappears.
If I create a link for one of the process and then have to create a link of sharing for the other flow then the previous link disappears. The new link not created but it gets updated. Hence all the comments on the previous link/ flow are lost!!!1 vote
Thanks for your feedback. You can actually update the previous link by selecting it from the drop-down in Share Mode, and then updating that link. Alternatively, you can update a link with any subset of your document you want to, but any artboards that are not in that flow would have their comments lost. Can you explain what you’re looking for that is outside of this workflow?
There used to be an inspect mode, confusingly-hidden in that "fullscreen" button. Now it's just gone completely.
It's now a useless static photoshop-esque mockup.0 votes
By default, the link lands in prototype mode. You can click on the </> icon in the right side to get access to the design specs. Does this address your concern?
It would be really useful, if reviewers could klick on a textfield and add the Text they want on the textfield.1 vote
Thanks for your feedback! Are you asking for people to be able to edit the shared prototype, or just to be able to edit a document on the web? Is there a reason why it would be particularly useful on a prototype?
When shared on the web, links do not support browser features like:
- Open in new tab
- Mousewheel click to open in new tab
- Copy link address
Links in general should support browser features you would expect to work on links.2 votes
Thanks for your feedback! I’m unclear about what you’re trying to accomplish. Can you please clarify?
- Don't see your idea?