4 votes2 comments · Adobe XD: Feature Requests » 03 : Sharing on the web · Flag idea as inappropriate… · Admin →
Have you tried choosing the Publish option 'Publish Design Spec'?
That allows developers to instrospect your design and get the details, such as positioning, color and text values. It may not give you all the data you need in some circumstances, but it should greatly help.
You can get this by going to the share icon and choosing 'Publish Design Specs (Beta)'.
Note that in order to view the link, the developers will need to sign in / create an Adobe ID.
Hope this helps!
Thanks for taking time to share your feedback. I encourage you to add a feature request here in User Voice for the team to review.
XD Community Quality Manager
Currently, when a Symbol is inside a Repeat Grid, we do not respect any repeat grid sequences that may occur on items within it. We know this isn't ideal.
A workaround is to break apart the symbol, and then drag in the test/images. We realize this has downsides of losing the symbol connectivity.
Please let us know if this helps, and/or how much this hurts so we can prioritize. ;-)
29 votes9 comments · Adobe XD: Feature Requests » 02 : Prototype mode · Flag idea as inappropriate… · Admin →
Thanks for the suggestion! I can interpret the suggestion in a few different ways, so curious exactly what you're thinking.
To me, 'Live Type' meant that the text-fields in the prototype are actually interactive. While to a coworker it meant a 'Typewriter' type of animation transition similar to keynote.
Would be great to get some more detail on what you meant.
578 votesfeature-started · 12 comments · Adobe XD: Feature Requests » 02 : Prototype mode · Flag idea as inappropriate… · Admin →
Thanks for the feedback? Are there particular animation / transitions you are looking for? Please share when you can.
4,760 votesfeature-started · 267 comments · Adobe XD: Feature Requests » 02 : Prototype mode · Flag idea as inappropriate… · Admin →
Thanks for the feedback! Its definitely a feature we are actively working on.
There's a couple of ways to slice the problem, and I'm interested in hearing more about your particular use-case. In your case, is simply scrolling the entire artboard enough, or do you need to make a particular region of your artboard scrollable.