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    MrHorse commented  · 

    Whenever I have to use the prototype mode it always takes a long time to create all of the links especially when I have to repeat the process to every page with the same button with the same destination. I know you can copy and paste an element within prototype mode and that would copy the link but that's not the best approach when things get moved around due to different states (tabs, accordions, etc.)

    I think a simple fix would be to add a checkbox in the Link Popup Menu saying "Apply link with the same name". If selected then would automatically connect the element to its corresponding page throughout the entire project.

    This would save a TON of time in prototyping and alterations.

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    MrHorse commented  · 

    Hi,

    I've used the Overlay feature in XD and it does help reduce the number of screens needed. Thank you for that.

    However, the Overlay only works Above the Fold. If I have a drop-down menu or anything that requires an overlay then I can't place the Overlaying Layer on the desired location.

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    MrHorse commented  · 

    Have Layer Comps like Photoshop. In photoshop I wouldn't have to duplicate the whole screen just to show a drop-down menu or pop-ups state. I would have a group layer from each of those different states and have them shown only when activating them in Layer Comps.

    This would reduce the number of screens significantly.

    To have it prototype the user would simply have to select the state (example: a pop-up) from the Target: Drop-down menu.

    Furthermore, while in prototype mode the user could still access/edit states simply by clicking on the on the Layer Panel or a new panel called: States.

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