Pan command is not easily discoverable
It took me a while to figure out where the pan command was for mouse users. It's difficult to discover and remember.
It would be amazing to have an intuitive way to navigate around your artboards when you are trying to create something. Every time I open up Xd I am stuck trying to figure out how to look at my boards. Relearning that over and over (at the moment I still don't know) is tedious and frustrating.
At first, I couldn't see the first artboard fully until I used the magnifying glass. Now I can't get to the second artboard.
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I have to agree with this post... I just spent the better part of an hour trying to figure out how to pan around in the application. Not sure why we are trying to be so complicated?
David Krout commented
Thank you, I found out a little later about the trackpad being easier than the mouse. But as a person who usually uses a mouse, the spacebar is never very intuitive for moving around. I eventually came across a post mentioning it after a lot of google search attempts. I couldn't figure it out from the help menu, though.
My initial thoughts were ctrl + mouse, shift + mouse, even option + mouse but nothing was allowing me to pan. The space bar was what I wanted and it is the second time I forgot about it and had to constantly search for a way to do it.