5 votesbug-needs-more-info · 10 comments · Adobe XD: Bugs » Share for Development · Flag idea as inappropriate… · Admin →
This is a major headache for my group. Any news?
More information, the file contains 19 downloadable assets. At least that's what the checkbox says (see attached screenshot).
Additional information now available. I have taken my file and stripped it down to nearly nothing. The only asset to include is a logo.
Now, when I try to do a development review share, the wheel gets to about 20% and throws a dialog with an error code.
The error message now reads:
Something went wrong.
Learn More (Error 49:-1)
Divya Thakur, The file size is 11.8 Mb (far from 100Mb).
Come on, no response Adobe?
1 votebug-needs-more-info · 4 comments · Adobe XD: Bugs » Share for Development · Flag idea as inappropriate… · Admin →
Will provide the requested file, but not through this site. I'll send to an email address, but I'm not willing to post it here.
I tried two drastically different files. Both fail. One has 178 assets and the other 2391. The larger of the two, takes over 30 minutes before it fails (see attached movie file).
However, if I uncheck "include Assets for Download", the both work. The concern is that if I have an object checked "Mark for Export" (for example a logo) will it remain exportable for the developer? Or will I need to provide it separately?
For that matter, without "include Assets for Download" checked, it appears you can drill into an existing asset to reveal the specs of its contents (see attached image file).
Somethings just not working right and disabling "include Assets for Download" does not appear to be a realistic option.
Yes, a user can show/hide objects. However, this is an Adobe Product. The show/hide key combinations are so radically different than other Adobe Products (Illustrator and InDesign specifically) that it breaks the Adobe user experience so significantly, it cast a shadow or distrust over the course being charted for XD. Is this a real Adobe product or merely a side project without supervision?
Dimitris Katsafouros requested this feature on March 15, 2016 and it was marked as "FEATURE COMPLETED". But it wasn't. The "solution" ignored the request to make it behave like Illustrator (specifically calling out the key commands). What's up with that? It's like you're half way listening?
I agree this is needed. And perhaps place them on the right, or make it configurable, like AI and Ps