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    Pablo Sara commented  · 

    Hi, I would love to be able to animate elements without the need of using artboards with auto animate, which in some cases is very limiting and cumbersome. Sort of like on Apple Keynote, elements can be animated individually (build in, build out). You could solve a lot of problems with this type of animations.

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    Pablo Sara commented  · 

    An example from Illustrator

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    Pablo Sara commented  · 

    And another addition that would be wonderful (just like in Indesign): on the assets panel, right click on a title section (say, Colors) and "select unused". This way we can clean up the mess :-).

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    Pablo Sara commented  · 

    Thank you Elaine. Actually not, selecting an object/text should automatically highlight the color/text style assigned, like in every graphics application.

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    Pablo Sara commented  · 

    Please! One of the neatest features of InVision Studio

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    Here’s how it works currently:

    • If you drag a single image onto a Repeat Grid where all grid cells show the same image, the image will change in all the grid cells.
    • If you drag multiple images onto a Repeat Grid, you will set up a repeating sequence of different images. For example, if I drag in 5 images at the same time, the first 5 grid cells will show different images and then the pattern will repeat (e.g. every 5th grid cell will show the same image).
    • If you drag a single image onto a Repeat Grid that already has a repeating sequence of images, you’ll replace all copies of the image you dropped onto. For example, if you had a sequence of 5 images repeated 3 times (15 total grid cells), and then you drop a single image onto one grid cell, you’ll see 3 copies of that…
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    Pablo Sara commented  · 

    This is incredibly unintuitive. Sometimes I want to drag pictures one by one, to build my own order but it doesn't seem to be possible. Maybe I'm missing something?

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    Pablo Sara commented  · 

    Please add this functionallity and also being able to move a single image with a modifier so all images don't move.

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    Pablo Sara commented  · 

    I would like to set global values/behaviors for various things in the preferences. What I can think of right now:

    DESIGN
    - Default text line spacing/leading (like on Illustrator/Indesign)

    PROTOTYPE
    - Default transition duration (0,2 s, 0,4 s ....)

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    Pablo Sara commented  · 

    Currently I can only mask a picture but there's no way to unmask it. If I want to do this I need to make several steps, cumbersome.
    BWT, it would be great to have the same key shortcut as in Illustrator (cmd + 7).

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    Pablo Sara commented  · 

    Also, cmd + 7 for masks! Take a look at Illustrator.

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    Pablo Sara commented  · 

    Hey guys, it would be a massive workflow improvement if we can have the same shortcuts other Adobe apps have, like Illustrator or Indesign. At least the most common things like text size, line spacing, text align, bring to front/back, etc. Considering most people that use Xd have been using Adobe design apps for ages, it would be a natural thing to do and make the workflow way faster. Thanks!

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    Pablo Sara commented  · 

    "Scale strokes" checkbox could be added to the inspector. So we can choose when to. Just like on Illustrator.

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    Please add this!!!
    I copy/paste Illustrator vectorial artwork a lot. I need the app to respect the original graphic. I don't want scaling to destroy my work.

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    Pablo Sara commented  · 

    I've been using Adobe software since 1990. Interactions should be similar to all other Adobe design software. This is basic stuff.

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    Pablo Sara commented  · 

    Please, it's currently annoying as hell. Kills the workflow.

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    Pablo Sara commented  · 

    Yes, I want to drag up and down with my mouse to change the values, it's way faster.

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    It really slows me down being forced to enter values only. Feels counterintuitive. Being able to drag up-down to change any value in the inspector would be crucial.

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