Apply gradient to text
Would be really nice if you could add gradient to text as well as objects.
Ahmad Luthfi Masruri commented
It would be very good if you could add a gradient to text and border as well, I think it's a common feature in design app
Bhavya Verma commented
I am unable to fill my text to gradient unless i made my text to shape & that loss my text properties
Simon Ferndriger commented
Totally agree! If you need to convert text to an object first, you cannot edit the text later on... so if you use a gradient for titles or buttons, etc. this feature would be awesome!
Derek Heisler commented
Please please add this, seems like a day one need.
@hannahmilan when convert text to path always do keep a copy of the text in the layer panel, untill Xd won't support gradient to text feature, we have this only hack!
You can do one thing, add same size object with gradient and do mask with text layer.
Peter Cui commented
webkit is able to:
background: -webkit-linear-gradient(left, #fbd1b4 0%, #e7986f 50%, #e7986f 100%, #c17c64 100%);
So is very logical to add gradient color fill for text.
@Hannah, likely no work around. Once you convert to a path, you'd have to recreate the text again if you wanted to edit it.
no workaround till now i guess...
I agree with @Hannah, at least in PS we are able to use Gradient Overlay feature without converting the text to a path.
Hannah Milan commented
@Corey, what if you want to edit the text again but you already converted to path? Is there a way or workaround on that one?
AdminCorey Lucier (Adobe) (Admin, Adobe) commented
Thanks for the feedback! For now you could convert the text to a path, then fill with a gradient?