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    Stephen Cardwell commented  · 

    I can't believe that this post was started back in July 2016 and Adobe still has not added this feature in XD. I have to make a text box for my title to get one line height, then another text box for my paragraph so the line height can be different, and then another text box for my bullet points so I can do another line height.
    If I bring a design in from Photoshop, all my text blocks take on the line height of the text that starts the text block. Then I spend a ton of time adjusting all the text in the layout.
    I have attached some images where you can see the text block in Photoshop, then an image of what the text block looks like after importing into XD, and then another image that shows that even after I adjusted the text to be the correct line height, the text block is taller then it is supposed to be.
    I understand that Adobe considers XD to be a UX tool but how can I import a Photoshop layout into XD to make a prototype if my text is going to go all wacky when it imports?

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    Stephen Cardwell commented  · 

    I can't believe that this post was started back in July 2019 and Adobe still has not added this feature in XD. I have to make a text box for my title to get one line height, then another text box for my paragraph so the line height can be different, and then another text box for my bullet points so I can do another line height.
    If I bring a design in from Photoshop, all my text blocks take on the line height of the text that starts the text block. Then I spend a ton of time adjusting all the text in the layout.
    I have attached some images where you can see the text block in Photoshop, then an image of what the text block looks like after importing into XD, and then another image that shows that even after I adjusted the text to be the correct line height, the text block is taller then it is supposed to be.
    I understand that Adobe considers XD to be a UX tool but how can I import a Photoshop layout into XD to make a prototype if my text is going to go all wacky when it imports?

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