There are many programs that don't give you an option to get out of the system. You have to proceed and "sign-up". The only way to get out of it is by opening your task manager and forcing XD to quit... not the ideal. Thanks!
Alas, the workflow is supported and at the discretion of the plug-in developer to implemented.
You should be able to his Esc key to exit dialog. Let me know if that works for you.
thanks so much!
https://drive.google.com/file/d/1ugFOl4AhLtECZz5L27SA1WpZe0OWgaRj/view?usp=sharing << is a screen shot.
Basically if I open certain plug-ins (Odin being one example) there is no way to go back or exit from this step of the plug-in. I can't close the plug-in by clicking off, reselecting the program, selecting another program, doing XD> File quit, or even selecting "X" in the XD program (its missing). The only options I can take: 1) sign in and proceed with the plug-in process (I don't really want to sign up) or esc+opt+cmd and close XD via task manager... I hope that clarifies my issue.