A quick toggle for pixel preview would be much appreciated. Just like the one in Adobe Illustrator.
Being able to switch between vector/pixel view is a very basic need and cannot think of a reason why XD does not have that feature! Fixing this would be very much appreciated! Its a matter of deciding whether wait for this to be fixed or switch to Mac for Sketch! Frustrating ...!
I would like to be able to zoom in and see the pixels as in AI Veiw>Pixel Preview. When designing icons that are dependent on the pixel grid I would like to be able to see what I am working with.
PS has a great feature:
It automatically displays 1px-grid when the zoom reaches 500%.
This is very useful for designing icons.
I suggest to add the same feature into XD.
Very needed feature!
Have a look how it's done in Figma: http://take.ms/FFznX
Pixels - They exist in Illustrator why can I find them in XD? A Simple pixel preview would work - makes it easier to create perfect icons (zoom in and design, pixel by pixel). Align to pixels is okay, but it's not entirely in my control and that really is most of the reason why I choose Adobe over other products - complete control.
rom impas commented
This is a basic must-have feature for XD (just like rulers & guides), something that Sketch has. Its incredibly useful for fitting & adjusting icons to snap to the pixel grid. I don't know how long we will wait to get these features :(
Reony Tonneyck commented
If people take iconography design serious, you know how important pixel fitting your vector icons are. Designers rely on having a Pixel Preview/Grid view to make sure your icons are being fitted to the pixel grid.
@Rachel, while that's also a nice feature, it's still too optimistic in that it still doesn't show the actual pixel rendering.
So yes, being able to switch between vector/pixel view would be highly appreciated!
Is it possible to see the artboard pixels when zooming, like it happends in Sketch?