Apply a border/stroke to 1 side of a rectangle.
Rectangles: allow 1 or more sides to have a border(stroke), like: border-top
I think figma has already implemented this function, XD team, I believe you will laugh out loud after reading this post, this is a big joke hahaha
Hey XD team - seriously? June 2022 and this absolutely BASIC and ESSENTIAL feature is still not implemented MORE THAN 6 YEARS after the initial request??? Apparently we are doomed to start exporting artboards to HTML before we can create a normal HTML border on a rectangle... Please consider implementing this feature before the total AI integration into XD that creates designs based on human speech and voice recognition.
Amber Janzen commented
Due to this feature not existing, the time it takes to create such a small, but essential design element in my high-fidelity mockups is comically frustrating.
Sue T commented
It would be a time saver.
Nidday Mark commented
Adobe get serious! adobe-bottom 1000px solid black
Anas Attaullah commented
Adobe XD is missing the one of the most essential feature of the web UI.
hope the XD team will add this feature soon.
Khalil Holmes commented
This has been the biggest thing that hurts my workflow in adobe XD by far. Very surprised it hasn't been implemented by now
V V commented
Didn't use XD for years because of this, now i came back to check if it's implemented already. Seems i will have to wait few years longer... (It's the first thing you teach in CSS: "border-top: 2px solid red")
Abdullah Seba commented
Allow borders on one side of a shape. Someone requested this six years ago and I don't know why it's not a thing!!!
John Doe commented
The main remark here was made in 2016. It's 2021, this string had 1643 votes at present (1644 after I add mine), and this isn't even in highlight survey or some other status. I don't have the foggiest idea what's going on at Adobe yet they appear to be investing an excess of energy and exertion on evangelists, meetings, and live meetings, however not almost sufficient opportunity, exertion, and cash on engineers. CSS can in a real sense do this so for what reason can't Adobe XD? I thought this was a device for website specialists? https://bouncyhop.com/collections/inflatable-bounce-house
Yeah Buddy commented
I was just googling on how to do this...I don't know if this has been added yet or is this really a missing feature
Yes, please. So needed.
would awesome to have this feature currently getting this done manually.. sucks... please Adobex
For a paid application the bugs and missing features are too much. Definitely made up my mind to switch to another app.
Stuart McCoy commented
The first comment here was made in 2016. It's 2021, this thread had 1643 votes currently (1644 after I add mine), and this isn't even in feature review or any other status. I don't know what's happening at Adobe but they seem to be spending too much time and effort on evangelists, conferences, and live sessions, but not nearly enough time, effort, and money on developers. CSS can literally do this so why can't Adobe XD? I thought this was a tool for web designers?
Please, this feature is really needed.
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Samuel Castro commented
Hello good afternoon!
Let's take a rectangle as an example:
I think they should enable the option to set the border to a single edge (Not all four sides).
It's such a simple function that I see that both Adobe XD and Figma have been sinning with designers.
In the "RADIUS" option it is possible to configure normally.
No tracing is possible.
I will be looking forward to this update.
A big hug!
How is this not implemented yet?
Yet another year has passed and we still can't create a rectangle with 2 different borders. But hey, at least we have a fancy new plugin API and 3d transforms. Who the hell would be designing text inputs, tabs, popups, dropdowns, tables, lists and panels when they could be writing new plugins and adding sweet 3d transforms to them. Guys, if Tesla took your approach they would have added the wheels 5 years after introducing autopilot.