When I need Font Awesome icons, I have to go and create them in Illustrator, rasterise them and import them into XD.
My FontAwesome ttf font family appears in the font list but it doesn't work (not applied to selection).
Ideally I would want to select FontAwesome from the font list (or as a glyph), type it, and rasterise/vectorise it.325 votes
Thanks everyone for your enthusiastic feedback on this topic! I’m moving to our Feature Request forum for the team to review.
When I animate drop-shadows on an element it doesn't animate with the rest of the element. Only after the element has animated does the shadow jump instantaneously from value set A to value set B.15 votes
Thanks for sharing your feedback! This is working as expected today. See our helpX page for elements which can be animated, https://helpx.adobe.com/xd/help/create-prototypes-using-auto-animate.html
But this is a great feature request! I’ll move over to the forum for the team to review.
I have a group of shapes that makes up an icon. When I resize them with the mouse, or Shift+Mouse to keep the scale, it works fine. When I use the right-hand panel Width / Height inputs, the sub-shapes seem to move, but not resize. Or, if I change it quickly, some really strange stuff happens.
Version 22.214.171.124 - Windows 102 votes
Download Roboto and Roboto Condensed from Google Fonts (This form doesn't allow me to add ttf files or a zip) and open the XD file attached (saved on Windows) on Mac. The condensed font variant is not found. When you replace the links and save, they will not be found on Windows.
The two systems work differently for font variants. Windows lumps variants under one name, Mac keeps them separate. We need XD to understand these differences and look for both versions.
Here is a discussion where I already described it: https://forums.adobe.com/message/10986982
Thanks for looking into it.1 vote
Thanks for sharing your feedback. The behavior you’re seeing is due to WinOS font adjustments. XD looks to the Windows system for the fonts list, then the list is adjusted based on WinOS rules.
Here’s a white paper describing in technical detail, (see sections “Extract terms for style” / “Extract terms for stretch”) https://msdnshared.blob.core.windows.net/media/MSDNBlogsFS/prod.evol.blogs.msdn.com/CommunityServer.Components.PostAttachments/00/02/24/90/36/WPF%20Font%20Selection%20Model.pdf
The team is looking at ways to improve this. But for now, this is as expected.
Hope this helps!
When I save character styles, these do not retain the paragraph settings so every time I use character styles I have to manually enter the paragraph height again. Maybe someone's reported this already but couldn't find it so apologies if that is the case.
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