When you import a JPEG image, we assume you’re bringing in a 2x-resolution image to support high-DPI (Retina) screens. Since you typically design at 1x scale in XD, the correct thing to do in that case is resize the image to 50% of its original size.
If you’re using lower-DPI image assets, then currently you’ll have to manually resize the image back to its original size. Do you run into this often enough that you’d like a preference to completely turn off the auto-resizing? Or does your situation vary so that you’d prefer an option to choose each time you import a JPEG? Please let us know.
(I’ll update the title here to clarify that this is the general type of thing being requested).
Very very irritating. Why the assumption we’re only designing for high-DPI? Isn’t there a fundamental UX rule somewhere for these kind of things – always give the user an option and control over his actions, never let an app “assume” something? This may be something in an “office” situation but definitely not in a professional design app where we need full control in all steps of the design process. Also, we’re used to bringing in images 1:1 from all other Adobe apps.
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The team has reproduced this and opened bug for fix. Updates will be shared on this post. Sincere apologies for any inconvenience.
Zoom in and zoom out shortcuts still not working on number pad.
Mac OS 10.13.6
Hi, I guess everybody has different zoom preferences but how about having some preference choices in XD, just like it’s possible in InDesign, Photoshop, etc.? I’m so much used to the dynamic (or is it called scrub?) zoom, i.e. holding down CMD and Spacebar and dragging the mouse to zoom in and out. Please consider this for XD!
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