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    Patrick Whittingham commented  · 

    I would like to allow the percentage to the width/height properties (ie, width: 45%). Also, the following from CSS:
    max-width, min-width, max-height, min-height.

    As you can see these properties will give the artboards, elements, and components a more flexible framework. People will be able to see my mockups regardless of which smartphone/tablet they are using.

    There are other properties which could be added, I guess you get the picture.

    Patrick Whittingham commented  · 

    It would be nice to allow the width & height of artboard, objects, images, and components to be set to auto. This would work like CSS so that one can create a site for any phone, tablet or desktop and those items (ie, component) would fill the screen accordingly. Currently, the artboard is width/height are hardcoded and only works for one size (ie, iPhone 6/7/8). A true responsive design would make XD very useful. I can send a mobile portrait (ie, URL) to allow one to see my design regardless if the phone is a iPhone SE, iPhone 10, and any Android vendor.

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    Patrick Whittingham commented  · 

    I concur that using 'javascript' events should be part of XD.

    DoubleClick, swipe, swipeleft, swiperight, swipeup, swipedown, rightClick, pinch zoomin, pinch zoomout - to name a few events.

    This shouldn't be too hard if one just added these events for the designer and perform their action if the user does these events.

    Release 1: Only allow to 'know' one event for a given object at a time (ie., Pinch Zoomin only and not all of the pinch events for the same object.

    Release 2: All multiple events (ie., all pinch events) for a given object. (nice to have but Release 1 is a must) !

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