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      ZAD commented  · 

      To UpperCase = HOLD (Shift + F3)
      To LowerCase = HOLD (Shift + Alt + F3)
      To Capitalise = HOLD (LowerCase) TWICE

      Hope it helps you all :)

      ZAD commented  · 

      For those who need this feature ASAP as it's just pain to do things in UpperCase till this feature gets implemented which might take Adobe quite some time, so up until then I would suggest using this method that I pretty much use it in every software, not only it's easier but also quicker to transform texts to however I like without needing to clicking a single button...

      My simple solution for you all is to (simply highlight the desired text and hold Shift + F3) and this would do the trick!

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            ZAD commented  · 

            This is quite an important feature that is currently missing from the core features and I vote +1 for it to have this feature added ASAP! However for those that may want to have a workaround for this, what you basically need is 2x text layers, one that is the generic text and the other for the super or sub, simply move it over the top of the generic text layer and adjust it accordingly, have a few examples and finally once you are happy then add it as symbol! Unfortunately, it's the only workaround for the moment until Adobe XD developers add this critical feature for us :D
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