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    Jack commented  · 

    Adobe XD is amazing, but timed interactions for components is the one glaring problem with the software for me. It's the one thing that's going to make me want to look for other software that handles this properly.

    If I want to simulate a loading spinner, or literally anything taking any amount of time, I currently have to make a new artboard and switch to it on a timer. This is NOT a solution to the problem, because the new artboard doesn't save the state of any of the other components on the screen. I can't make accurate prototypes or half the features I'd like to make because I simply can't switch states on a timer.

    Maybe I'll look at Figma...

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

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    Please note that the Cmd/Ctrl keyboard shortcut you’ve mentioned below is actually used for turning off snapping to other objects and to the layout or square grid. I’ll merge this with another request.

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    Jack commented  · 

    This isn't just a nice to have, it's one of the things really holding back this software. The less parity XD has with other Adobe software like Illustrator, the less useful it is.

    The pixel grid slows me down an enormous amount; just basic things like centring one object on another / aligning things properly becomes a chore without this feature, so I end up having to do it in Illustrator and copy + paste it into XD. Ridiculous omission from the software really, in my opinion.

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