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    Please note that stacks is a feature that is intended to be used at design time, and does not dynamically shift the stack in preview. I’m going to rewrite this particular request to be more precisely about the latter suggestion.

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    tl;dr I'd like to suggest that users be better informed in-app that stacks is a design only feature, to set realistic expectations and avoid user frustration and waste. Until stacks work in preview, only use them for basic layout - nothing nested.

    Just adding my 2 cents. I work as a UX designer as part of a large enterprise UX team and have observed 2 team members losing DAYS of work because there was no indication when using stacks to design, (SUPER USEFUL FEATURE in design mode, we all LOVE it!!!)

    Well, after mocking up a complicated nav using stacks, they discovered that it didn't render as expected in preview. Their work ended up being thrown away because it not only doesn't work in preview... It breaks it. Any stacks then need to be recreated the good ol' manual way. Fine, just time consuming. And if I hadn't been made aware by my colleagues I very well would have fallen into this same "trap" myself.

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    Rick Bond commented  · 

    Thank you for this. I suggest that the Adobe Xd dev team look at Adobe Illustrator > Scale Strokes and Effects preference as it does exactly what the OP and I need *I think*

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