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    Katie commented  · 

    This is the most aggravating thing about XD for me. Please, please fix this, fast.

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

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    Katie commented  · 

    This would be a HUGE help! Sometimes, I'm working on lots of screens that appear to be similar, so it would help me remember which one I'm on by checking the available interactions. This is a highly helpful feature.

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

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    Katie commented  · 

    Component states are a HUGE time saver that keeps you from having to make additional artboards with mostly unchanged content. However, they're practically useless if you want to create a slideshow that automatically changes based on a time trigger.

    Currently, I have to duplicate the artboard as many times as there are items in the slideshow, and change the image of the slideshow without touching anything else. This becomes extremely tedious if you need to change something in the artboard that is unrelated to the slideshow, as it has to be done on EVERY artboard.

    Historically, I've pasted instances of the entire content block of the original artboard, but I can't do this for my current project because I can't Fix Position When Scrolling for nested objects (see this feature request that I posted over a year ago and still hasn't been acknowledged: https://t.co/4JciBGADg2?amp=1 )

    I'd include a sample XD file, but it won't let me post.

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    Katie commented  · 

    I just spent an hour searching for why I can't fix the scroll for a nested component. Happened to come across this post, and realized it's exactly what I needed. Really frustrated me that I can't fix the position just because it's nested.

    Then, I realized that I made this post a year or two ago. Incredible. How has this original post not even been acknowledged by admins?

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

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    Although Adobe XD does not currently provide scrollbars to navigate the view of your content, there are several different options to pan the viewport around:

    • If you have a trackpad, use two fingers to pan (if you have an Apple Magic Mouse, you can use one finger to pan)
    • Hold down Space Bar and drag the mouse
    • Use the mouse scroll wheel to pan vertically, and use Shift + scroll wheel to pan horizontally
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    feature-under-review  ·  MrTalin responded

    Hey Ryan! Definitely something I’ve been looking for as well!

    I can safely say this is a feature we’d all like to see in XD.

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    Katie commented  · 

    For those of you waiting for the feature to come through, let me offer a bit of help. You can click on the blue icon in the bottom-righthand corner of the screen to close the left panel. This still leaves the right panel open, but at least it makes 1/2 of the unusable screen...usable!

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    Katie commented  · 

    Yes, I love it! As long as that file can still be accessed offline like it is now, that’s perfect!

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    Katie commented  · 

    Thank you for your quick response! I apologize, the tech support individual I spoke to this morning adviced I save 2 copies, so I was misinformed.

    Yes, a link would be perfect for my organizational needs! When you say “store next to all your assets,” where would that be? I was specifically thinking about Creative Cloud Files, which works like a Drive in File Explorer of my Windows machine.

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    Katie commented  · 

    As a software engineer and a UX designer, I can assure you that exporting these designs to HTML is a bad idea. Hear me out.

    At first, I thought that Muse's ability to do so was amazing! I didn't see a point in having both programs separately, rather it would be best to combine them into one. But as I continued by software engineer studies, it came to make sense. Machines cannot write code in an understandable way for humans. Therefore, it's very difficult to manage in the future when humans get their hands on the code. And overall, writing code to write code is extreeeeeeeemely difficult. You're literally doing code inception. It's a program within a program. Sure, maybe blocks of code would help, but converting the entire project into HTML would just be way too much.

    And of course, this code would have no way of implementing database languages such as MySQL, since XD doesn't support databases anyway. Even if they did eventually implement some database support, it would be impossible guess how much space people need for their databases for these prototypes.

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    Katie commented  · 

    Right! It's a great addition, but if you watch the very video that Adobe posted to demonstrate the new Overlay functionality, you'll see that it covers the header. Looks fine on a mobile design, but not so much on a PC design.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4cpz2OIHYvw

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    You can currently add an object to a symbol by cutting, selecting an object inside the symbol, and then pasting. You can also enter and exit group edit context really quickly by double clicking on a symbol or group. However, you’re right in that you currently can’t drag directly into a symbol. I’ll repurpose this request to focus on that behavior.

    -Elaine

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    Katie commented  · 

    Also, if I select 2 shapes with shift + click, there becomes only one selection box encompassing those two shapes. The problem with this is that it looks like you also selected anything else that is within that selection box. This can become very confusing. I'd post a picture, but that isn't an option for comments. I'd recommend putting selection boxes around each item (reference PowerPoint for an example).

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    Katie commented  · 

    So I tried it, and it does what I want, but that's counterintuitive. Typically, you use shift if you're selecting everything between your first click and a second one (such as all of the cells between cell A and Z). Ctrl, however, us typically used to select individual, unrelated objects, whether they're cells or shapes in PowerPoint. Not sure if this differs with Mac, but it's definitely the norm with Windows.

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