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  1. 1,109 votes

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    Cubelodyte commented  · 

    There are numerous requests for XD that could be translated to:

    Allow XD objects to behave as HTML objects with regard to CSS.

    In other words, one might expect that anything which could be done in CSS could also be done in XD.

    Example:
    A basic rectangle in HTML can have a border Top, Right, Bottom, or Left.
    XD provides no such ability.

    If we could apply CSS to XD objects directly in the interface, it would not only expand what we could design, it would also allow us to provide that CSS to our developers with no conversion or loss off integrity.

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    Cubelodyte commented  · 

    Note to Adobe:
    I see this request has been "under review" for over 2 years. Here's a little something that might help you push it over the edge.

    Given that an enormous number of feature requests revolve around the ability to make styling adjustments to objects that mirror what's possible in CSS on a page, taking on this request would allow you to clear dozens of related requests in one stroke.

  2. 5 votes

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  3. 46 votes

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    Cubelodyte commented  · 

    I honestly believe the functionality you requested here is currently available (several posts later in this thread suggest viable was to accomplish this).

    Sadly, this could have been handled in a much simpler way with the addition of 3D transformations introduced in the October release but Adobe opted to implement 3D effects outside the auspices of States.

    [See related request: https://adobexd.uservoice.com/forums/353007-adobe-xd-feature-requests/suggestions/41694019-allow-3d-transformations-in-states ]

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  4. 70 votes

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    Cubelodyte commented  · 

    The following link shows an excellent example of why we need 3D Transformations to be State enabled: https://designwoop.com/css-3d-animation

    This feature is a great example of MVP. As thrilling as the 3D transforms are, they reside well within the "minimum" of Minimum Viable Product.

    I would be shocked to find that anyone who tried to use 3D transformations in this first iteration didn't attempt to make the transformation a State in 5 minutes or less.

    I'm a UX designer, so I fully recognize when a design/dev team anticipates extended use of a feature but the demands of any given release cycle dictate that it ‘go out without’ until a proven need is determined. This is an excellent practice in most circumstances. But when a use case is as obvious as this one, it's hard to justify putting out 3D transformations as a feature that is entirely divorced from the existing States functionality.

    Unfortunately, one would predict that the net result will be hundreds or thousands of Adobe XD users who will become very excited and then almost instantly very disappointed within a matter of.

    Note:
    This request is also mentioned in another request.

    https://adobexd.uservoice.com/forums/353007-adobe-xd-feature-requests/suggestions/41825794-3d-transform-as-a-component-state

    Let's get these together to pool the votes.

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  5. 3,588 votes

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  7. 3 votes

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  8. 86 votes

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    Cubelodyte commented  · 

    Make the hints/tips stop!

    It can become quite aggravating to have one's work interrupted by a large hint dialog explaining how to use the features one has been using for several years?!

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  9. 36 votes

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    Cubelodyte commented  · 

    Kudo's to the creator of the Stacking/Padding functions.

    As an addon feature it would be immensely helpful for the Stacking feature to allow negative values for the intervals between stacked items.

    We have many designs that show up as overlapping objects.

    The ability to use negative values for spacing already exist for text grids.
    Can we get the same behavior for Stacking elements as well?

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  10. 305 votes

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  11. 119 votes

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    Cubelodyte commented  · 

    I'd really appreciate having a new group defaulted to "Rename" mode with the focus on the new Group.

    Once in this mode, hitting <Enter> or simply clicking away would leave it as "Group 1" (or whatever) without actually interrupting work flow. So, it would not impact working behavior in any negative way.

    However, it would save an enormous amount of time in naming groups if one could simply click <ctrl-g> after selecting multiple elements and then just start typing.
    The current alternative is that one must take one's hand off the keyboard, grab the mouse, find the group, and then successfully double click without opening the group instead of putting it into "Rename" mode.

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    Cubelodyte commented  · 

    I love this.

    In addition, I'd also like to see a new group defaulted to "Rename" mode with the focus on the new Group.
    Once in this mode, hitting <Enter> or simply clicking away would leave it as "Group 1" (or whatever) without actually interrupting work flow. So, it would not impact working behavior in any negative way.

    However, it would save an enormous amount of time in naming groups if one could simple click <ctrl-g> after selecting multiple elements and then just start typing.
    The current alternative is that one must take one's hand off the keyboard, grab the mouse, find the group, and then successfully double click without opening the group instead of putting it into "Rename" mode.

  12. 3 votes

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    Cubelodyte commented  · 

    Interesting idea, but I would certainly want it to be something a user could turn on or off in Preferences.
    Personally, I'd settle for having a new group default to "Rename" mode with the focus on the group name.
    Perhaps not everyone cares what the group name is, but I suspect most designers do more often than not.

    If the new group defaulted to "Rename" mode, hitting <Enter> or simply clicking away would leave it as "Group 1" (or whatever) without actually interrupting work flow. So, it would not impact working behavior in any negative way. However, it would save an enormous amount of time in naming groups if one could simple click <ctrl-g> and then start typing; the current alternative being that one has to take one's hand off the keyboard, grab the mouse, find the group, and then successfully double click without opening the group instead of putting it into "Rename" mode.

  13. 5 votes

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  14. 5 votes

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    Cubelodyte commented  · 

    This is a perfect example of a classic UX problem: "No matter how many times the user makes a mistake, they don't learn."

    This is a fundamental usability principle that points to bad usability design. If a user continues to use a feature or control incorrectly, it's the interface that's wrong.

    I'm not sure when this occurred, but there was definitely a time when you could rename an Artboard, Group, or page element and have the name stick when you click out (<Enter> key or not).
    Since that time, I continue to believe I've renamed an element only to look back later and see that it didn't take (because I failed to press <Enter>). After cursing XD, I fix the rename and might remember to hit <Enter> the next 2 or 3 times before I revert to the habit of typing a name and clicking away.

    One contributing factor to this behavior is the fact that Text elements not only don't require <Enter> to complete, it's not an option. <Enter> when typing in a Text element creates crlf. You must click away to accept what you've typed.

    To have 2 diametrically opposed behaviors for something that intuitively feels identical is maddening to the extreme.

  15. 85 votes

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    Cubelodyte commented  · 

    There are a great many Feature Requests in the category of Cloud Documents that all represent a similar need.

    When attempting to manage more that just a few XD documents, especially with a collaboration team, the current manifestation of Cloud Documents is exceptionally cumbersome to navigate, access, and process.

    I've seen several interesting ideas about folders, sharing, tagging, and searching and they all point to the same central need:

    The ability for one or more designers to be able to access all of their work for a particular project in one place.

    This means that regardless of who originated a file, anyone who needs to work on that file should be able to find it in the context of related files in whatever way best suits the designer or design team.

    Accomplishing this could involve any number of changes, but the basics involved are:

    - Sharing files
    - Grouping files (regardless of owner)
    -personal grouping
    -team grouping
    - Searching for files
    - Sorting within an organizational structure
    - Uploading/Downloading for offline access

    All of these functions need to be available for single files or in bulk.

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  16. 309 votes

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  17. 26 votes

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    Cubelodyte commented  · 

    Tagging.
    Folders.
    Combining Shared With Me into My Work Cloud Documents.
    Sharing folders.
    A true "My Work" area in which all of the above were applicable.

    Any of these things could help greatly for organizing on a team or personal level.

  18. 251 votes

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    Cubelodyte commented  · 

    From my experience, you are able to search Cloud Documents. However, you can't do anything with them except open them when you find them.
    Also, you can't search Shared With Me, so there's no way for anyone on the team except the owner of a document to really organize or find Documents.

    Honestly, I'd prefer to see the Share With Me incorporated directly into the same area as those documents I own. It's nice to have an indicator that they are Shared With Me rather than my own, but ultimately, if I'm working on several documents in a project, I want to see them all together; regardless of who on the team first saved them to the cloud.

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