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    40 comments  ·  Adobe XD: Feature Requests » 01 : Design mode  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    Without Soft Returns (SHIFT + RETURN) having the 'space after' feature in the text box is pretty weak - I appreciate in the real world, text in a responsive website, for example, wouldn't have such a thing (<br> tags aren't great in that use case), but as designers, to sell the sizzle, this would make things easier.

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    We really need the ability to auto indent text so the lines at least line-up if there is a bullet point in the copy. Adobe Indesign handles this well with the "|" key.

    I noticed that the soft-return no longer works in XD (shift + Enter) - every forced line break is a "hard return" and has space below applied to it. Not great when trying to work around the current lack of bullet point support by adding a second text box with just bullets in it, as you need soft returns to match the bullet point positions to the text line height and hard return gaps.

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    Even to be able to just use the indentation key command (Command + | ) to align the bullet text indentation would suffice.

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    The ability to delete all unused symbols in one go would be amazing, it's a little tedious at the moment.

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    39 comments  ·  Adobe XD: Feature Requests » 01 : Design mode  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    This feature really is a must. Changing fonts is something you will likely need to do from time to time - it's a design industry application, and to have to do it manually is a step backwards. Fair enough, if you've used the character styles, you can change it there, but most people wont use this, or colleagues will pick up your file and mess up your paragraph styles - either way, this really needs to be included sooner rather than later. Still loving XD though - couldn't design without it now!

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    Totally agree, it's a painstaking process to discover which symbols are not used in order to delete them, which you'll need to do to get your file size down for example

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    Just to clarify how it works currently – artboards in the PDF are currently listed based on looking at your artboard layout on XD’s canvas in “reading order." The PDF page order will start with artboards in the topmost row left to right, then move on to the next row of artboards below that (starting with the leftmost artboard again), etc.

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