Snap to an object
It would be nice if I could snap (or align, or position - you name it) an object to another object.
I mean something like abosolute positioned element inside a relative positioned element if we talk CSS.
Imagine a rectangle and a text object. I would want to put text object on top of rectangle, position it 10px from bottom and 10px from right relative to the rectangle (right bottom corner of rectangle). Snap it to the rectangle, or whatever the magic action it would be. After thet is done, however I am resizing my rectangle, text object will always stay in bottom right corner (10px).
Postioning could be fixed (px) or relative (%).
This would allow designers to work with responsive designs much easier. Imagine I have created a header symbol. I put a logo inside on the left and a menu bar, on the right. Now when I am copying the symbol for my desktop width artboard, I resize the symbol, but snapped logo and menu stay on the places they should, as they are absolutely positioned relatively to the header rectangle.
Hope this makes sense.
That is exactly what is needed.
I attached a short video about this issue - I would like the blue badge from video to be snapped permanently to the left-bottom corner of the the 'orange' element, so when I change text value, it would stay snapped.