Scrollable Area (not scrolling whole artboard)
Define a scrollable area within an artboard
This provides real-world app use cases, such as a table, slideshow, or iOS dropdown lists.
I’m excited to announce that with XD 30 we’ve added support for Scroll Groups. Try it out and please let us know your feedback.
Use these resources to learn more about the feature:
1. Tutorial: https://t.co/ySNRLeDzPV?amp=1
2. Blog post: https://theblog.adobe.com/xd-june-2020-scroll-groups-stacks-more/?scid=3%202f3ddc0-7c6a-46d2-8e65-0033367b151f&mv=social&mv2=owned_social
George P. commented
Scrollable area is essential to showing off a somewhat basic prototype so that your nav isn't scrolling up and down. Please, please make this a priority for the next release :)
XD really needs to have scrollable containers... a big thumbs up if you can get that added. I have a paid InVision account, along with Adobe CC, and I'm not having to pay Atomic in order to get scrollable container functionality in my admin dashboard prototypes. I'd much rather use XD. I'm nearly at the jumping off point with InVision too... XD has so much covered now, especially with SVG copy and paste from SketchApp (amazing)... the last sorely missed feature for me is scrollable containers.
Any progress on region scrolling feature? Anyway I feel like Adobe XD will be the top tool to create UI's =) Thanks for it!
@joan_lafferty - Scrolling containers is the only feature preventing me from using XD at the moment for a project. Is this coming soon(ish)? Perhaps the next release? Delight us please :)
This should be enabled when we allow for scrollable groups/objects.
This is part of the plan when we allow for scrollable objects.
Gerald Y Plattner commented
it'd be great if images/groups could be fixed in the background so other objects would scroll over it when presenting a webside idea !
' parallex scrolling ' !
Manabu Tokunaga commented
Our use case: I have two areas in one screen one is user's own contacts, and another is the team members. Two of those areas must scroll independently. Hope this can be done soon.
Fabian Henzler commented
Seems to be similar to this feature: Sticky (Fixed) elements in scrolling artboards (header, nav bar, etc.)
This is definite must. Content needs to be able to scroll behind banners and footers that remain in place.
I'd love this one too!
Ou Wang commented
This is a very much needed function!
Nicky Sulmon commented
I'm working a lot with conversational interfaces - looking forward to be able to let a conversation scroll down as chats progress, or have support for horizontal scrolling to integrate swiping through different rich content cards.
Thanks for picking this features up XD team, it is a crucial and fundamental features that desperate needed, any expected timeline it will be available?
i ran into a nested repeat grid problem on my very first project. so excited to nest horizontal lists in one vertical list, then so disappointed to only be able to scroll the page
Hope can support adobe xd prototyping after developers can directly based on the prototype for development!It has removed a lot of trouble steps, like a Chinese of PSD files online measuring platform, called "biaonimei", for adobe xd such lightweight magic, if support to this degree, then the sketch easily kill!
Repeat grid needs to have "scrollable" options; horizontal and vertical scroll checkboxes.
Landon Register commented
I am having same issue as described below with a horizontal scrollbar appearing even though the project artboard is 1366 which works without scrollbar. It only appears when i am asking for a vertical scrollbar. Hopefully it will get fixed, i have to keep explaining to product that its just the tool. thanks!
I am satisfied, but I wish that the header could be anchored as we scroll
Frank DerFrankie Neulichedl commented
Pls Make the scrollable area deletable or at least editable. I have plenty of files where the scrollable area bug introduced the blue line because I used a custom canvas size and I cannot get rid of it (and no I don't want to rebuild and reconnect 50 screens)