The new super/subscript text options feature is welcomed, however the subscript text is way too low - it goes below the descender line. Please fix this. Thanks
Kenneth Kawamoto commented
@Lalita Please see the screen shot attached. That's not where subscript characters should be placed. Way too low.
Another great feature would be to allow back-kerning to go beyond the previous character, useful to place subscripts under superscripted text.InDesign has been able to do this for a while.
The way it is currently, i'll still have to stick with sketch for efficiency.
Here are the options we have for InDesign regarding superscript and subscript, completely customisable.
It would be great to incorporate this into adobe XD.
Another option would be to incorporate a 'baseline shift' feature on highlighted characters, again from InDesign.
I second this, I'm super excited to finally have super/subscript support in XD! However, for many of the fonts I've tested so far superscript tends to be a little too high and subscript a bit too low. The ability to fine-tune this would be awesome!
AdminLalita (Admin, Adobe) commented
Glad to know that you liked the feature.
Could you share an example of subscript text going too low? or Do you mean in all the cases it goes too low for you?