Clear all prototype wires
I would like to be able to clear all prototype wires similar to how the clear all guides option works in other Adobe products.
I tried this workaround mentioned previously in the thread with success. I would save the file before starting, just in case.
In the design view
- Select all artboards (avoid Ctrl+A—doesn't always select artboards)
Removes all links.
I don't have a NONE feature (pc). Anyone have a fix for this? I want to clear all my wires.
It doesn't work Ctrl+A+ None, in automated prototype, also Ctrl+X does not work in the same Document, you have to paste in a new document, which you will not have access to previews shared link....
Stephanie Howes commented
If you select all (Ctrl+A) and open the Destination dropdown menu in the right-hand sidebar, you can select NONE and disconnect every wire throughout your project.
[Deleted User] commented
Absolute needed feature to clear all the prototype links...
Chris H commented
This is key as copying them to a new file means i loose my symbols/design styles
Often, in the early stages of the design concepting process, I need to completely re-work the user-flow of my design. It would be nice to have a quick way (1-click) to remove all existing links/interactions in my prototype to allow me to re-arrange my art-boards and link them up fresh from scratch, instead of having to manually unlink and re-link every single thing individually.
Any movement in this?
I just want to be able to publish a Developer doc after removing the interaction.
Once you've made an interaction, you can't publish all the artboards unless they are all wired. If you unwire them, you can't publish a Dev Doc anymore.
It's getting very discouraging. Every (and I do mean every) time I do a search on "How to", I end up here in the feature request zone. Up until now, I've been reasonably impressed with how the product has continued to mature, but it hasn't taken me long to discover that XD is still not a viable design tool for professional work.
copy and paste in to new xd file.
When artboards are copied it seems like their respective wires also copy - this makes a huge mess of the flow.
We should either be able to delete all wires (or single ones) so that this can be avoided.
I know it's possible to drag the wire end off the artboard but we NEED to be able to *delete* it completely please. It takes so much time when you have to rewire and try and figure out where your errors are when this is not an option.
so... 18 months later, can we delete a single prototype path in XD now? I didn't find it anywhere...
wow surprised this isn't a feature, it seems like something that would be already there. glad there's still the trick to delete all paste back in but still shouldnt have to do a work around
Hint: Duplicate all artboards, and delete the old ones.
Add This feature to clear or remove all old prototype
For new prototype please and also
add mirror flip like illustrator
So ALSO there is a bug. I "remove" the "wire" and XD keeps the memory of the old connection. So my prototype wont change when I make changes. I was racing to a meeting nd couldn't get it to work. I had to clone the entire project and erase all the screens that were no lo anger being linked in this path. BUT I STILL NEED THOSE SCREENS!! Please fix this. The prototype "feature" is great but not ready for prime-time !!@
Please fix this. Add a clear all connections. Add a clear last prototype ....PLEASE!
please add this. It is MANDATORY!!!
To clear a single path, you pull the connecting piece away and let it go in midair- a quick work-around is:
1. while in design mode, zoom out and drag a selection box over the entire design map. this will select every artboard as opposed to command-A which merely selects all the content.
2. press command-x (ctrl-x) to cut. everything copies and disappears
3. press command-v (ctrl-v) to paste. everything re-appears, except the prototype wire is gone.
this is no excuse, though- this feature should maybe be reconsidered for higher priority. also, EYE DROPPER HOTKEY priority should also be pushed up. seriously though, how hard is it to add a hotkey for an existing function??
This is neccessary! I don't even know how to clear a single path!??
has this been solved yet?