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    Amy Hamm commented  · 

    Right now if I edit an artboard title then hit the Escape key, the title reverts back to its previous text. However, when I edit a textbox and hit the esc key, the change is kept. The result of this inconsistency is that I'm constantly discarding my changes to artboard titles because I forget to use enter instead of esc to close the edit mode. This is causing me frustration and loss of accuracy in my designs. I would like to have the ability to finalize changes to the title using esc as well as enter.

    I understand the use of esc to discard changes was probably designed as a "cancel" feature, but I think it would be simpler to just hit "undo" if one mistakenly changes an artboard title.

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    18 comments  ·  Adobe XD: Feature Requests » 01 : Design mode  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

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    Amy Hamm commented  · 

    1. The highlight color in the layers panel (and symbol panel) should have more contrast with the background color on the panel itself. I like to be able to quickly locate a layer in the panel when I have selected it on an artboard. Right now since the contrast between the highlight and panel background is low, I have to scrutinize the layers to find the highlighted one.

    2. I pay attention to the stacking order of my layers and name most of them - when I get to 2000+ layers, this helps me stay sane. It also helps me troubleshoot when I accidentally group a layer when I didn't mean to. Quickly locating a wayward layer is invaluable.

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