Show preview in OS X Quick Look
OS X's Quick Look doesn't work, I can't look content
(macOS Finder spacebar / space shortcut)
We have a story to fix this and give a preview of an artboard for this view.
Omar Ashraf commented
Pleeeaseee Adobe Do it
I waited for 4 years, and finally I developed it myself, and it took about one night. I have never encountered obj-c and swift before.
going to be 4 years. wow Adobe! I am working with a ton of files, which makes quick view very helpful. Like others mentioned your own other software have this capability but XD is left out. It is very much of a pain & frustation to open up multiple files and then close them to find which one is needed. Kindly update the way XD files are binary coded, so that it can be viewed in quick look on a mac.
Any update on this. It makes a big difference to be able to quicklook files...
Nathaniel Platts commented
(FYI - Duplicate Thread)
"File preview in Finder” (23 votes - same issue as this one)
Almost missed this thread because the topics title isn’t clearly understood.
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Anyways, yeah, this is really a problem. Users need a file preview. I need this soooo bad!
It's basic guys. Come on.
WE. NEED. THIS.
Please allow mac users to quick-look (spacebar preview) the content of the XD-file.
Other vector and artboard based software do this with ease (e.g. Illustrator and Affinity Designer).
It's been more than three years since you stated that it was on the roadmap... this shouldn't take long to implement - please prioritize it.
Matt Prina commented
I would love this feature since I always use the thumbnail view in finder. Any update on getting this working?
Daniel Mee commented
The number of resources that people are making for XD now is great but when I've downloaded a whole pack of them it would be great to be able to preview them, even if it's just a whole artboard thumbnail. I didn't make these files so I am not going to remember which one is which, would so much easier to have a visual reminder of what's in what.
It would be nice if Adobe XD would allow me to preview documents using macOS' built in quicklook feature (hitting spacebar in finder).
Ron Frank commented
Maybe if it's a clickthrough, it could preview the home artboard? But page-down/up should definitely work to run through all the artboards. Definitely, this would be super helpful. The inability to have multiple concurrent clickthroughs (each updatable) in a single file forces one to create multiple files for the same project. Implementing Quick Look would really help in distinguishing the files.
I am very disappointed every time when I need to open files one by one to find the one I need. A pain, frustration and hopelessness when I see how long ago this one was put to your backlog...
Milton Lapido commented
please do this!!!
Please make it happen! This would really help to browse xd files and being more productive.
This is would make life so much easier for browsing files. Glad it's on the backlog. Move it up. ;)
Any progress on this? Last response from Adobe was in 2016
Scott Ruth commented
This would be a REALLY nice feature to have. But if it causes the XD file size to blow up then it would be nice to make it a preference, like how Photoshop does.
Hannah Milan commented
This is a tiny detail for a feature request that I hope the team can look around. Quick preview/look makes more sense when we just wanted to peek or look quickly with the Adobe XD file, not having opening just to see the artboard/s.
Ovidiu Spatacian-Tarnu commented
Any progress with OS X Quick Look? I would like to use Folio for version control but at the moment there are no previews for commits. It would be even better if Adobe XD offered version control itself.
In OS X Finder, I am able to get a quick preview of the Illustrator or Photoshop file preview from the thumbnail icon. I would like to see that for Xd file types as well.
Not sure if this is OS related or limitation but will be big productivity improvement with my work flow.