Thanks for your feedback! Have you tried hitting Cmd+3 (zoom to selected object) after selecting the search result?
Thanks for the tip. I guess it's a workaround that essentially does what I need, even if I do have to zoom out after selecting it. Still think handling it in the UI would be beneficial, but happy that this trick lets me achieve what I need to.
I don't suppose there's a similar shortcut to zooming to the whole artboard for a selected object?Richard Pearce shared this idea ·
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Another update for you all – we now support tethered iOS. For Android, you can open cloud documents using the XD mobile application.
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Having the same issues here, as experienced by Grace W and Lewis Cannon. Issues with the UI text input fields, renaming artboards and editing text placed on an artboard. Quite frequently, the text selection highlight disappears and the text cannot be edited. Restarting XD fixes it. Sometimes, the issue resolves itself after a few minutes, but I've not been able to attribute this to a specific set of actions.
Happens with multiple files. Incredibly frustrating.
Happened over the past week or so, using version 126.96.36.199 on Windows 10 Pro, version 1803, OS build 17134.885.
Also happens on my Mac, running mac OS Mojave 10.14.5.
Both OS and XD are updated as soon as updates are available.
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Would be really useful to link separate published prototypes together.
It's far too easy to double-click your way through to editing artwork that's part of a symbol without realising it. The green outline is not clear enough and easily missed.
Maybe when editing a symbol, dim all elements not in the symbol and including the current location in the stack of objects at the top of the window, like Isolation mode in Illustrator.
This is the sort of feature you don't think about until you have to replace a word over 100+ artboards! How I am missing it now!
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