Looks like you’re working with Chrome. Do you see this issue in other browsers?
There may be some setting updates required. Please give the steps in this help guide a try, https://helpx.adobe.com/xd/kb/issue-view-web-prototypes.html
Hope this helps!
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Thanks for the update Agto! I wonder if this is an issue on Chrome side? If you can, download latest public beta build and try out your prototype there (it can be installed alongside public build so you should still have both) https://www.google.com/chrome/beta/
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If you create an XD file on Windows that utilizes icon fonts it does not transfer to Mac even though the other computer has the same icon font installed (you get a '[x]' in its place). Font icons are also not visible on the XD iOS app, which means you cannot test/demo the prototype. This pigeonholes us into using vector, which means we have to make up sizes for icons instead of letting the font properties to the work.
Font icons are a reality in web applications, they are not going away, and continuing to ignore them this is making our jobs harder, not easier. Thanks.
3 votesbug-investigation-in-progress · AdminNina Ramos (Adobe XD) (Program Manager, Quality, Adobe) responded
@Alexander: Can you share more details? Which fonts are you seeing this with? What version of XD + iOS? Are you seeing the problem when previewing in XD mobile app or mobile browser – and if browser, which one?
We had this problem with Gotham, but found that installing from the same base font file fixed the issue (same publisher and version, etc.). So, figure out which fonts you prefer as the source and then install that on the other machine. Haven't experienced this in other Adobe apps, but it make sense as to why there is a problem.
I can confirm that following the steps with 1 artboard that has 1 object (in this case a rectangle) results in a duplicate being created. I’m using a trackpad on both systems – how about you?
While we still don’t have the tools built right into XD (and so I’m leaving this open), we do have at least one plugin to help with color blindness checking. Please do check out the plugins section of XD to see if one will work for you!
Here is a Sketch Plugin that does this. Would be nice to not have to exit the application to know the level of compliance.
Thanks for your feedback! This feature is already in our backlog – not sure when it will arrive, but we’re aware of the need for it.
Whats the status of this? I spend way too much time trying to figure out where the end of my element is if there is no border.
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Reopening the feature request, based on feedback.
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When mocking up tables and text fields from real (ish) data, it would be nice to know how how the information would ellipsis out without having to ungroup the grid and manually add them.