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    Dustin commented  · 

    I just made an entire interactive pop-up box with multiple nested components. Some have toggle states, some have hover states, some toggle states open up into multiple additional nested components, each with their own hover and toggle states... I designed this in a separate artboard so I could work without confusion against my main art board.

    Once I felt it was ready, I copied it into my main project so that it would act as a pop up box - so when someone clicks the button, this highly functional pop-up appears on the screen. Once I tested this out, I realized the box and it's constituent parts needed to be scaled down just a little bit. I selected all and shift+resized until it looked better in the context of my main screen.

    I was floored when I clicked the first item within my pop-up box and the toggle state remained the old, too large, size, and was now misaligned with the rest of the box.

    After some googling I guess I've found that this is just how adobe XD works. Suffice it to say I am giving up on using it for this project, as I will not spend my time going in and resizing and realigning every state of every component. I am not going to bother picking XD up again for a while. And if I ever DO think about using it again, I will check to see if this "intended behavior" still exists before bothering.

    Absolutely ridiculous functionality.

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