Allow component instance overrides to be inherited by all states
Currently (XD 220.127.116.11), if I drop an instance of a component and then adjust part of it (text in a button, size of the instance, etc.), that override is only applied to the selected state of the instance. So, if I have a button with many states (normal, hover, disabled, active, default action, etc.) I have to manually apply that override to each state of the instance. This is extremely tedious and error prone.
Please provide the ability to have an override of an instance be inherited by all states in that component instance.
Joey Proffitt commented
So, you're telling me that this issue was reported almost 4 years ago and still hasn't been resolved???? I PAY FOR THIS APPLICATION!!! A LOT OF MONEY!!! Why isn't this fixed yet????
Joey Proffitt commented
So, you're telling me that this issue was reported almost 4 years ago and still hasn't been resolved????
Andrea Bergamasco commented
Voting is closed ? 17 pages of comments and no reaction from Adobe. Shame.
Virgil Horghidan commented
Marie Belanger commented
I can't vote 😕
Suna Yang commented
S. L. commented
WHEN???? Or did you already stop implementing new features as adobe bought figma!?
I have to work with a lot of "form" components, to copy the text from one state to another is so time consuming. Theis request is from 2019 and still under review?!?! Probably nobody reads this thread from Adobe.
Ujwol Shrestha commented
Ujwol Shrestha commented
is there any news on this one
Natasha Stevenson commented
IS THERE AN UPDATE YET? My hover states are constantly jumping around in position. I align one state and then another misaligns again - what is going on?!
Here's my use case. I'm making a tile component with changes on hover. I need it to have different text / set a text override every time I place an instance. But I have to change that text in each and every state, making for a long and somewhat error-prone process. Overrides really should cascade down the default state.
Jan Kopřiva commented
I am new user, and this is what I found terrible annoying! Adobe didn't solve it? It's nice to have a hover state, but if I have 50 buttons in design, It is not real to do it 50 times for 3 states per button!!!
Please, this is crucial feature! Forget everything, and solve it please. A lot of people will love you again!!!
Claudio G. commented
I hate to be obliged to use XD
Desislava Slavkova commented
I can't believe it's been years since this has been reported and no action from Adobe. It's essential.
I just made an entire interactive pop-up box with multiple nested components. Some have toggle states, some have hover states, some toggle states open up into multiple additional nested components, each with their own hover and toggle states... I designed this in a separate artboard so I could work without confusion against my main art board.
Once I felt it was ready, I copied it into my main project so that it would act as a pop up box - so when someone clicks the button, this highly functional pop-up appears on the screen. Once I tested this out, I realized the box and it's constituent parts needed to be scaled down just a little bit. I selected all and shift+resized until it looked better in the context of my main screen.
I was floored when I clicked the first item within my pop-up box and the toggle state remained the old, too large, size, and was now misaligned with the rest of the box.
After some googling I guess I've found that this is just how adobe XD works. Suffice it to say I am giving up on using it for this project, as I will not spend my time going in and resizing and realigning every state of every component. I am not going to bother picking XD up again for a while. And if I ever DO think about using it again, I will check to see if this "intended behavior" still exists before bothering.
Absolutely ridiculous functionality.
Let's hope this get's taken care of pretty soon.
Christ this is so frustrating. When is this going to be addressed?
"Feature Under Review" hasn't changed for years for many of the top requests.
This has to be one of the most pressing deficiencies of Adobe XD. ANYONE working with any seriousness on designs of only basic complexity HAS to run into this issue.
With every XD Update I pray for this to have been fixed only to again be hugely disappointed. Even writing these lines feels futile by now. Makes me as a user feel powerless. Adobe behaves like a huge impenetrable bureaucracy apparatus. Yes, there is the appearance of user feedback being taken seriously. But it's all just smoke and mirrors.
Have some self-respect and fix this issue.
Agreed, this is very much needed
Henri Le Forestier commented
Don't even try to make a calendar with hover effect on days XD <- this is the lol emoji, very good naming choice for the app.
Seriously, guys it's been years and it's a basic feature. I'm working in a public institution and you guys are slower than us XD