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    Ivan Vladimirov commented  · 

    The easiest workaround is to hit Ctrl + G on the inside A component, to place it in a dummy group, and than you can change parent B state using the group.

    The problem is when you have another complex, nested component C, inside A. Than you do not have easy time changing state of B by clicking C.

    I vote for this feature too, to have more flexibility to change one component state from another. For example, give component B a name, so you can reference it.

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    22 comments  ·  Adobe XD: Feature Requests » 01 : Design mode  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    Ivan Vladimirov commented  · 

    An absolute must. I fully support this request.

    This feature is done in some 3D software in a very smart way:
    1. Drag selection to the left selects only contained objects
    2. Drag selection to the right holds everything that intersect

    I'm working with lot of elements on prototype, constantly moving things around in different groups. Having this will be huge time saver. Now I'm doing temporary grouping all the time, just to have easy way to drag things around.

    Ivan Vladimirov supported this idea  ·