2 votes1 comment · Adobe XD: Feature Requests » 10: Developer Handoff · Flag idea as inappropriate… · Admin →
Going back to Balsamiq wireframes after using XD prototyping to put it bluntly is shite. But I really need the squiggly rough look to help convey ideas to customers without them feeling like they are being presented with an almost finished design.
Currently I'm taking screenshots of my balsamic wireframes and sticking them together using XD. This is not good when you need to make updates to a screen.
8 votesbug-investigation-in-progress · AdminNina Ramos (Adobe XD) (Program Manager, Quality, Adobe) responded
Thanks for the video! Very helpful. I think this is as designed. Let me connect with the team to confirm.
Thanks for your help Joe
This is going to be frustrating but it is what it is. I just wish half my team hadn't updated.
This is how I would expect it to work
When coding a layout like this the shadow is not included in the "grid gap" or "gutter" set out by the UI framework. So when laying this out as a design I now need to consciously account for the shadow and subtract this from the gap to ensure the grid adopts the correct spacing rules.
This is going to cause a great deal of rework to our designs when a team member opens a design using version 14 - any adjustments in future we will need to recalculate all of our grids.
I've tested the "Share for development" feature and in here it treats the shape width not including the shadow which contradicts the thinking in design mode... https://www.dropbox.com/s/j4x2lg5thvqihgt/Screen%20Shot%202018-12-21%20at%203.41.04%20PM.png?dl=0
if this is the treatment for repeat grids in future I would expect to see a toggle to include/exclude shape effects in the dimensions - if that makes sense :)
Thanks for your help
This video should demonstrate the problem.
56 votesfeature-in-the-backlog · 15 comments · Adobe XD: Feature Requests » 02 : Prototype mode · Flag idea as inappropriate… · Admin →
And the option to switch it on or off.
Thanks for letting us know — I agree that this incorrect cursor feedback is confusing.