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    Scott commented  · 

    I just added a similar idea suggesting auto-animate between component states that would mimic CSS transitions so there could be unlimited transitions

    https://adobexd.uservoice.com/forums/353007-adobe-xd-feature-requests/suggestions/39749668-auto-animate-between-multiple-component-states

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    Scott commented  · 

    The similarity between CSS transitions and the new Component States functionality are so similar. Auto animate only allows for one transition. Real CSS allows for unlimited transitions.

    I'm starting to see mico animations like the "Add to cart button" attached. Which could be created using the new component states functionality. But instead of States, think of them as steps in CSS transitions. States A, B and C turn into Transition 1, 2 and 3. You already have easing and timing already developed.

    All you would have to do is in Prototype mode allow me to +Add the transition order.

    1. create a component instance
    2. build all it's states
    3. Select new Interaction = Transition Sequence
    4. Select Trigger (Hover, Tap, Voice)
    5. Action: Auto-Animate
    6. Destination: Transition-1
    7. Plus Destination: Transition-2
    8. Plus Destination: Transition-3
    9. and so on, If you set the last one back to the default you could create a looping asset all on one Art Board!

    This process would be even easier if XD allowed masking groups of layers with clipping. so you could move elements like this around and saving as a component for reuse. This added feature would also reduce the number of artboards a user would need to work with just to do this one animation.

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    Scott commented  · 

    adding input fields is a feature that is already in use with Atomic.

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