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    Thomas Hallgren commented  · 

    As a designer, I would like to define <h> and <p> tags (text style, color size/weight) and button sizes across an entire design with responsive versioning.

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    As an app user, when in the Desktop Preview app window I would like to see the same clickable area highlights that are flashed in the web browser when a click is made on a non-active area of the page. Desktop Previews should better reflect what QA experiences when clicking the web view. Reason: currently no flashes occur, making it sometimes difficult to find the clickabl areas on a page when doing a live demo.

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    Export at 100% size cleanly with structure folders to multiple platforms at once. SEE PROTOTYPE: http://adobe.ly/2bGiR1p

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    Thomas Hallgren commented  · 

    As a designer and project manager, I would like to set and see analytics on how users are using a clickthrough.

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    Just to clarify how it works currently – artboards in the PDF are currently listed based on looking at your artboard layout on XD’s canvas in “reading order." The PDF page order will start with artboards in the topmost row left to right, then move on to the next row of artboards below that (starting with the leftmost artboard again), etc.

    Thomas Hallgren commented  · 

    Top to bottom, left to right is an expected rational method. But I was unaware when exporting. My UX art board sequencing though does not always conform to that kind of ordering system. Thus alphabetically is easier to manage. I often use prefixes such as 01A..., 01B..., 01C...

    Thomas Hallgren commented  · 

    What about alphabetical order by art board name? That way, whether I export Artboards to PNG, or to PDF the order remains the same - documents in a folder, or in a PDF document. In fact right now I rename my art boards so they will be organized alphabetically in groupings for the Dev team. If this works in PDF, It validates the use alpha-numeric headers for my Artboard naming convention.

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