Paragraph spacing / Soft Returns
User should be able to use a soft return (shift+return) to break a line of text without adding paragraph spacing .
Casey Arendt commented
"Space after paragraph" should ignore soft returns.
This is a REALLY old request and no response from Adobe on this basic text formatting feature???
We need to be able to <br> break rows when "Paragraph Spacing" is applied ("space after paragraph" in the big 3 other Adobe apps—AI, PS, Id) is applied without having XD interpret the soft return as a new paragraph <p> and spacing it as such.
Denis M commented
We are in the 21st century! Please XD team, add the Shift+Enter soft return option ASAP!!!
Rob F commented
We need to go to production this afternoon and the client is nitpicking line and paragraph spacing. Instead of refining animations in these rush hours, I'm manually chopping up text blocks into headlines and paragraphs...
Line breaks pleeeaaase!
Andy McLeod commented
XD v126.96.36.199 still doesn't have this. Please add it soon
What is going on with this? No line breaks after years of development? No response from the XD team?
I thought this software was supposed to to be tailored to web UI's which will commonly use both <br> and <p> to layout text.
Madeline Folz commented
resizing the text box works with a single text box, but as soon as you start working with components and repeat grid, which is arguably the whole point of using Xd over another program, you CAN'T resize the text box to adjust one item without changing ALL of the text boxes in the grid. We need a soft return. This is such a basic feature I can't believe it wasn't in as of day 1.
David Castillo commented
Yep. This is my first hour seriously using XD, and this is the first critical feature I've encountered that's missing.
Martin Sarna commented
If there are two or more columns of comparison content and you want to keep items aligned, it's useful to have a soft-return when one item wraps and the other doesn't.
Michelle Evers commented
To illustrate this ticket.
I use Windows 10 Pro.
As long as I have the text field selected, you can see the line break.
If i stop editing the text field, the line break also gets a text break.
Um dieses Ticket zu illustrieren.
This is very ironic that You can't do that in the desktop app, yet in the web prototype comments, that's the only way to add a new line.
+1 badly need soft returns!
Adam Trabold commented
This feature would help me out a ton! `Enter/Return` = paragraph break (adds paragraph spacing), `Shift+Enter/Return` for line-break (does not add paragraph spacing).
Ron Frank commented
Version 19, and still no support for a character that is supported in nearly every other application on the Mac since at least 1989. If someone from Adobe could just explain why it's not supported, I think that would ease a lot of frustration. From the user side of things, it just seems like a simple fix — but I'm guessing it's not?
This is obvious improvement, please do it.
Ron Frank commented
I didn't even realize soft returns were a feature. I thought it was just part of the character set. It is shameful that soft returns can't even be copy/pasted in this program! So much effort involved to work around this shortcoming.
Allow line breaks that "ignore" paragraph spacing. As in other Adobe CS products with Shift + Enter
Best Of All Films commented
This is such an elementary feature and should be implemented as soon as possible.
Apparently, the difference between new paragraph (<p></p>) and new line (<br/>) has been implemented on the Windows version of XD but not in the macOs version. We, macOs users, would like this feature too, please.