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    2 comments  ·  Adobe XD: Bugs » Design  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

    Hi Jan,

    Thanks for your reply. Apologies if I was unclear – I didn’t mean to say that all your nested components must be master components, but to demonstrate that if you are editing master components, the edits will propagate to the other instances.

    So in the original example you posted, you were actually overriding the fill color in a nested instance (not a master component). If instead, you right-clicked on the nested instance and chose ‘Edit Master Component’, your viewport would have panned to the master component, and then any changes you made to the master component would propagate to its instances. It doesn’t matter if the instance is nested in another component or not.

    So nested components are fully supported in this new master/instance model, but the important thing to remember is you must edit the master component, either directly in the parent component or by right-clicking on…

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    5 comments  ·  Adobe XD: Bugs » Functional  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

    Hi Jess,

    Can you please clarify the issue you’re having with push overrides? Only text and images can be overridden in a symbol. If you push overrides, all symbol instances (including the symbol definition) should update with the changes in the symbol instance you’re editing.

    Is this not the case for you? Does this behavior happen with all XD files, or just one file in particular?

    We’re investigating the undo/redo issue.

    Thank you,
    Joe

    AdminJoe (Adobe XD) (Software Engineer, Adobe) commented  · 

    @Jess, I've sent you an email for more info.

    Thanks,
    Joe

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    5 comments  ·  Adobe XD: Bugs » Functional  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
    AdminJoe (Adobe XD) (Software Engineer, Adobe) commented  · 

    Hi @Dominic,

    Thank you for taking the time to clarify the issue.

    One thing which may alleviate some of your concern is that this latest change will not affect any previous designs. It will only occur when you create the repeat grid, and does not occur when you open, edit, or add/remove content from any existing repeat grid.

    Repeat grids will continue to have their object bounds (not the cell bounds) calculated for Design Specs (Share for Development), so there should be no change introduced by the new repeat grid creation behavior.

    Please log a feature request at https://adobexd.uservoice.com/forums/353007-adobe-xd-feature-requests for your idea to provide user control over whether to include/exclude overflow effects when creating a repeat grid.

    Thanks again,
    Joe

    AdminJoe (Adobe XD) (Software Engineer, Adobe) commented  · 

    Hi @Dominic,

    We recently changed Repeat Grid creation behavior to address feedback raised in this issue: https://adobexd.uservoice.com/forums/353010-adobe-xd-bugs/suggestions/13116474-repeat-grid-clips-cuts-off-lines-path-strokes.

    Prior to XD 14, the drop shadows would not have been displayed within the cell when you created the repeat grid - now they (along with borders and blurs) are calculated to fit within the repeat grid cell without clipping. Can you go into. a bit more detail about what you would expect, and why?

    Thanks for your feedback,
    Joe

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