Export size options (e.g. export only 2x version)
The ability to select my sizes for export would be nice. At times I work on apps (as strange as it may sound) that do not require all resolutions of artwork (1x, 2x, 3x) An option to select my would be great. Similar to how Sketch handles it.
Alex Restuccia commented
+1,000. This would solve my problem with making assets for UWP:
I have an image 40px and when i export 1x and 2x, export 20px and 40px... it's that make sense? NO!
+1, I remove the unwanted ones afterwards as well :-o
Ian Dalgairns commented
Yeah +1 from me, I hate having to delete the 1x exports and rename the 2x exports!
Omar Chelbat commented
This seems like something very easy to implement. Simply allow us to select the size of the export.
Is this feature still under review or has the status since been updated from 2016?
Armando Scuro commented
Can we please have more control on PDF export like :-
1. Name Single PDF other than whatever the XD file name is
2. Flatten PDF page on export to reduce file size when sharing
3. Select scale to export at such as 2x and/or 3x (when flattened)
Hi, just wondering if it could be possible to implement an option for us to select an specific resolution to export an artboard.
As a designers, sometimes we need to showcase our work, or implement our screen designs on a PSD mockup, hence we need a very high resolution for this.
I noticed that Illustrator besides the 1X,2X,3X options there is an option called resolution, where I can set from 72 to 300.
Could this be a feature request?
Thanks and regards
When I choose the web export @x2, I don't need the file @x1. If I need it, I choose the x1. It's a waste of time to delete the x1 files and rename the x2.
I'd like to see more flexibility on this feature. 1x doesn't export crisp enough and 2x is too big and has longer loading time.
Maybe a type field could fix this, for example, export at 1.25x.
Is this feature under review from July 2016 to now (May 2018)? please make this feature it's so frustrated to delete all of x1 files
Any news on this feature? I would love to see a bit more flexibility when exporting assets. I'm not sure if I'm the only one with this problem but when using XD with InVision Sync, there's some issues with exporting 1x and 2x versions of screens at the same time. The sync doesn't quite know which file to use so it can overwrite some screens incorrectly and mess up your hotspots. There are also other instances where it would be handy to only export, say a 2x version of a screen.
Dustin LaMont commented
I only want to export @2x's instead of both 1x AND 2x. I end up having a lot more files than I need, and I have to go back and delete all the 1x images.
Rob Wootten commented
It strange that I have to export 1x and 2x even when I only want to export 2x. I would really like to see this change.
Last time I just wanted 1x to just show the developers the screen flow.
But because XD doesn't have a more refined way of prototyping like fixed header and footer. I use Marvelapp as a workaround instead.
But after uploading the 1x (artboard) screens on that platform, the screens are too blurry for user testing.
So yes, 2x only for artboard export.
Yes this is correct :)
I have edited my screen to show highlight the feature that I want.
Basically when it comes to design mode, I want to have another option to export not only as 1x, but 2x as well. So when I hit export, I expect the folder will only contain 2x images.
I know that you can export to as web, but that'll contain both 1x and 2x. I don't want that.
Especially when I want to export my screens as 2x because the screens looks more crisp and high defintion when imported into the marvelapp and demo in front of user testers.
In summary, I don't want @1x and @2x in one folder, I just want @2x
I know I can export to web to generate @1x and @2x assets, but I always find myself in finder deleting all the @1x assets because I only want the @2x assets.
So when I upload the 2x assets in Marvelapp, I can just select all and hit upload.
In Marvelapp, I like to make sure my images are crisp and not blurry. Giving the designer the option to choose between exporting just @1x and @2x will allow that flexibility.