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    bug-needs-more-info  ·  3 comments  ·  Adobe XD: Bugs (Read-Only) » Functional  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
    Radu Stavila (Adobe) commented  · 

    Hi Kenneth,

    Thanks, I was able to repro the issue, we'll be looking into it asap.

    Thanks,

    Radu Stavila (Adobe) commented  · 

    Hi Kenneth,

    Could you please provide a sample .svg for this? Or maybe describe the exact steps you took in Xd to get to this issue?

    Thanks,

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    Radu Stavila (Adobe) commented  · 

    Hi Christoph,

    Sounds like what you need would be the width/height attributes in the SVG tag, not the viewBox attribute. The viewBox controls "the viewport" through which you're looking at the vector art, not the actual size of the vector art. The width and height attributes on the SVG root tag actually control the overall size of the vector art.
    Does that make sense to you?

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    feature-under-review  ·  3 comments  ·  Adobe XD: Bugs (Read-Only)  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
    Radu Stavila (Adobe) commented  · 

    Hi Norbert,

    1. The main benefit of using batch export is that you can mark the items that you export often and then keep working on improving your design. Then, at any point, you can export again the set of marked items without having to go through your layers/artboards and select them again. The `marked` status of a layer is also preserved when saving and reopening the .xd file.
    You are correct that the end result of marking for batch export or manually selecting them is the same. Batch export was added as an additional way of achieving this workflow and also for the benefit of 3rd party applications that can integrate with XD (Zeplin, Avocode, Sympli, Kite Compositor, Protopie). You can read more about this at https://helpx.adobe.com/in/xd/help/export-design-assets.html

    2. In previous versions, Ctrl+E was able to predict what type of export you wanted based on the document contents and your selection because there were fewer export options. As we are adding more and more features to XD (and there is more to come in this area), having just a single point of entry for all of these was no longer a reliable way of making sure XD is doing what you wanted it to.

    I will however pass on your feedback to our product management team so they can evaluate it and figure out the best way to move forward so users can get the best possible experience out of Adobe XD.

    Thanks again and have a nice day,
    Radu.

    Radu Stavila (Adobe) commented  · 

    Hi Norbert,

    Thanks for your feedback, we really appreciate it.

    I believe there is a bit of a misunderstanding with regards to how the new export feature works, let me try to explain it by addressing each of your concerns:

    1. Batch export (shift+ctrl+E) - happening nothing:

    Batch export simplifies and streamlines the process of identifying and then exporting selected assets. This is especially useful when you need to export them to third-party tools or share with developers. Simply mark objects by clicking the mark icon on the layer panel then selecting “Batch” option under File > Export.

    The mark icon is available in the layers panel or via the context menu in the layers panel: http://sympli-blog-content.s3.amazonaws.com/dev/2018/Jan/export_icon-1516118233987.jpg

    2. Selected (ctrl+E) - Exporting just if you select an object or artboard

    Correct. This will always export the selected items (if any).

    3. All artboards - exporting just if you selected an artboard.

    This will export all artboards if the current document contains artboards. There is no need for the artboards to be selected.

    4. Over all: selecting one by one all artboards than ctrl+E exports all artboards, so in this case what is the difference between the tree different exporting types?

    There is no need to select the artboards prior to using Ctrl+E.

    I hope this helps and I would really appreciate to hear about your experience with the new export feature once you get the hang of it.

    Thanks,
    Radu.

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