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An error occurred while saving the comment An error occurred while saving the commentGerrit commented
This is still not fixed!?!? This is a 4 year old request to correct your own ever growing inconsistency. Adobe, your biggest advantage is, that people can expand and change fields (like from print to web design) while sticking to your software, because it’s familiar. I was just about to start with Xd, but not like this.
Just a quick example how many shortcuts I have to remember for the single action of placing an image: InDesign: cdm+D; Illustrator: cmd+shift+P; Xd: cmd+shift+i; Premiere Pro/After Effects: cmd+i; Photoshop: no shortcut.
Do you think this is funny? Do you think I have a good time using your software? Do you think I will stick with you, when I don’t need InDesign anymore? And didn’t you invest in Xd to keep your InDesign users who are switching from print to web?
An error occurred while saving the commentGerrit commented
This is still the most frustrating thing I’ve ever experienced in any software so far. The worst user experience from a software, that you use to create user experiences. To me it feels like I’m walking forward all the time, but when I go into the kitchen I’m walking backwards. I’d love to use Adobe Creative Cloud, especially because I’m paying 60€ per month for it, but until this issue is fixed I’m taking my chances with Figma. I’ve complained about this issue in 2019 and back then it stopped me from moving towards web design. Adobe, I hope you’re seeing that this single unresolved issue is driving customers like me, who are transitioning from InDesign, away from you. I usually don’t write comments like these, but this is driving me crazy and I just spent my Saturday to work around this issue without success.
For years this is keeping me from using Adobe XD at all and I’m still using outdated alternative methods because Adobe is making it very difficult. I’m a power user in InDesign and too many shortcut are different. I’ve never had such a hard time transitioning to a similar software. Please Adobe: let me use your software! I want to stay your customer and continue giving you money. Just think about the amount of InDesign users you have and if it’s a good idea to send them to a competitor while the transition to digital communication continues.