928 votesfeature-in-the-backlog · 103 comments · Adobe XD: Feature Requests » 01 : Design mode · Flag idea as inappropriate… · Admin →Doug Oberndorf commented
This is pretty basic, but I cannot seem to find it listed, so:
It would be nice to have things that can be turned:
-On / Off
-Checked / Not Checked
I have found ideas based on animation and radio buttons, and this link might be along the same lines:
So, whether it's animated, or with multi-states, or just swapping layers, or whatever, being able to swap between items to show on/off, checked/unchecked, infront/behind, on top/under, etc.
53 votesfeature-in-the-backlog · 14 comments · Adobe XD: Feature Requests » 02 : Prototype mode · Flag idea as inappropriate… · Admin →
2 votesAdminPeter Flynn (Admin, Adobe) responded
What steps are you following to import images into Adobe XD?
If you use File > Import, the image should be placed according to the following rules:
- If you have an artboard or an object on an artboard selected, the image is centered in that artboard
- Otherwise, the image is centered in the window
You you drag & drop files from Finder instead, the image placement will be based on your mouse position when you dropped the image.
If you’re seeing something different, could you reply back with some more details? A screencast would be extra helpful to understand what’s happening.
Thanks for your feedback!Doug Oberndorf commented
Peter, After receiving your message, I opened XD to take screenshots of what was happening, and of course, now everything is working perfectly. I'm not sure why, but no matter what I did, images would always come in at different locations. For example, I could be selecting artboard100, then do a File>Import, and the image would go to artboard3 for example...anywhere, but where I was. I would have to zoom out, look for the selection box, then zoom in, and drag it to where I wanted it to go. This was to the point that I was upset and felt the need to create the post above...that's how often it happened. Again, however, I just opened XD to select an artboard and import...and it worked great. I tried multiple zooms, and imported...and it worked great, with selected items and no selected items. So, I'm not sure what is different from when I created my above post and now, but what you are stating works great and is exactly what I needed. Thanks!Doug Oberndorf shared this idea ·
528 votesfeature-under-review · 39 comments · Adobe XD: Feature Requests » 01 : Design mode · Flag idea as inappropriate… · Admin →
While we haven’t created UI to bring this into the app, we have worked to create a wireframe UI kit that we released recently (for free!). Check out Wires: https://www.behance.net/gallery/55462459/Wires-free-wireframe-kits-for-Adobe-XD
99 votesAdminElaine (Adobe) (Admin, Adobe) responded
While we still don’t have the tools built right into XD (and so I’m leaving this open), we do have at least one plugin to help with color blindness checking. Please do check out the plugins section of XD to see if one will work for you!
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