Vertical Alignment of text in text box
Ability to align text to the top/middle/bottom of the text box. I'm sure you've already got the horizontal alignment options covered in your checklist.
YES. This feature is fully supported by browsers via CSS styles now.
If AdobeXD would facilitate vert alignment for textboxes it would be a significant workflow improvement.
Jonathan Powell commented
Just upgraded to make use of components. Came up against this issue within the first 10 minutes.
ron doran commented
Needed vertical alignment on a mobile form
Hello. any suggestion at moment?
Can<t beleive this request was not done while you did the horizontal alignment wizard :/
Need this feature asap
I need this. Now.
i need vertical alignment in text boxes for adobe XI too!
Can anyone help??
John Milligan commented
vertical alignment - please -
Well as I have to show this to a client I'm not going to waste any more of my time.
I can't say to them that "the text will be centered vertically when I do it properly"
Bahram Shams commented
Sketch supports this functionality, so some Sketch designs are incorrectly aligned when opening them on XD. It seems like a very easy feature to implement which would end a lot of headaches for XD users
For the time being, there is a workaround: choose Area Text for the text, and resize it. It will then be placed vertically in the middle.
Check these screenshots: https://imgur.com/a/lfOocRH
Ariel Childers commented
It's crazy that this very basic function isn't supported.
Move this to the top of your backlog pleaaaaase. These basic features are all dealbreakers.
Joshua Curtis (Diary of a Dad Man) commented
Yeah what's up with this! Can't make a table with text using repeat grid if I can't have vertical text alignment. Forced to break apart the repeat grid as a result, which defeats the point of the repeat grid feature.
it's a shame it's not available... all super duper grid feature breaks apart, as soon you have some a bit more text... and buttons?... Vertical alignment is as crucial as horizontal... so please, oh, please! Add it!
Seriously, WTF?! I just googled thinking that this option must be hidden, only to find it doesn't exist. Looks like I'll be sticking with Figma. What a joke.
+1 for this. I'm finding more and more stuff that XD is missing out on, and should easily be implemented.
Come on Adobe… +1