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I've come here to add to the chorus of disapproval: In my project I have several components which are exactly the same apart from colour and height (because of varying numbers of items on each list). All I want to do is change the colour of the box and resize it vertically. But the second I double click to select it so I can change the colour, I'm making it impossible to resize whilst maintaining the border radius (I do have a workaround, to click on the four points that make the path, then use arrows to resize, but this is loads more fiddly, and it doesn't allow me to change the border radius, just maintain it).
Why on earth can't I change the colour of a shape without turning it into a path? This is ridiculous and must be addressed. As someone mentioned below, Illustrator allows a shape to be a path but also keep the border radius tool, so why can't Xd? I appreciate that a lot of the detailed features of Illustrator aren't necessary for Xd, but the lack of this one has frustrated me regularly on a few different projects.