Turn Responsive Resize off by default
I hope for next update, Responsive Resize should disable by default. It's very annoy for editing existed artwork
Brandon Soto commented
I couldn't agree more. Please make this an option moving forward.
Andrei Robert Cristian commented
This is annoying me very much. This should be default to no, and when you create something that should be responsive only then to be able to activate it.
Not only default resize off but there should be a set designation for icons as well as components.
If I'm bringing in a custom logo/icon I created in illustrator or even built native in XD I think I should be able to designate it as an icon and have it not be responsive at all even though its stored in my component library. Just sayin.
Please can this be done asap. It can be that complicated to implement :)
Caitlyn Burke commented
Most of the time I am resizing a logo or something quick and this throws me off. Less time I am doing larger RR needs and would be happier to toggle it on when I actually need it.
There should be a preference panel in XD where the user can enable/disable by default. The same thing should be with the LOCK ASPECT.
Best Of All Films commented
manu schwendener commented
I agree: responsive resize should remember that I put it on 'off' last time I worked on this project.
Armando Scuro commented
These are my annoying points with it so far:
- Currently if im setting constraints, I shouldn't click on manual everytime I click on an element inside a group
(perhaps, the UI for constraints should be always visible and just faded out when on Auto, but clicking on it makes it manual and allows me to edit it)
- Resizing using cursor currently produces decimal digits for size, which is not pleasant
(perhaps give us a checkbox under the responsive resize UI to select whether we want decimals or not, just until you finally make a preference window)
Swapnil Shrivastava commented
Is it possible for you to share your use-case or xd file? We know that responsive-resize does not work great for generic artwork like vector drawings etc.
Are you dealing with such cases? Please let us know.