Luís Camacho

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    13 comments  ·  Adobe XD: Feature Requests  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    Luís Camacho commented  · 

    I never had any luck making the browser chrome disappear and I tested my prototypes extensively on iOS 12.1 (Safari) and Android Pie (Chrome). So if it's possible to make it go away, I never found out how.

    As for performance, that's simple to explain. My client has supplied me with an iPad Air 1. Viewing my prototypes in the Adobe XD app results in an acceptable experience, I can see some slowdowns, but it's minor. Viewing the same prototypes on a browser results in an extremely laggy and unusable experience.

    Fortunately the client himself has a much newer and faster iPad so he doesn't notice anything, but I can see how viewing the designs in a browser is a much worse experience. Now, you can say that an iPad Air 1 is pretty outdated device, and that's true. But it's also true that a lot of low powered Android tablets are sold daily, so being able to see the prototypes in a optimized XD app is still very important!

    Thanks for getting in touch with me.

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    3 comments  ·  Adobe XD: Bugs (Read-Only) » Share  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
    Luís Camacho commented  · 

    Turns out this isn't a bug, this is by design. After combing the documentation in no place is referred that documents shared through the Share for Review command will be accessible within the apps. They are only visible on a web browser.

    The wording/name of the function in desktop XD (Share for Review), and the wording/name of the XD mobile apps (Shared with You) does give the idea that a document shared would be accessible in app. That is not the case, it's just the wording that's confusing.

    This bug can be closed, instead I've made a feature request for shared documents to be viewable in app: https://adobexd.uservoice.com/forums/353007-adobe-xd-feature-requests/suggestions/36691771-access-shared-for-review-documents-with-xd-mobile

    Luís Camacho commented  · 

    Ok, I have a few more updated about this.

    Turns out the first partner can't see the design on the apps either. He was seeing it on the iOS browser all along. He can't see it on the Shared with You section of the XD desktop app (Windows 10) either.

    I've created a brand new private link and invited them again to see if that did the trick, but no, none of the partners can see the design through the Shared with You function. They can see it on the browser and the https://assets.adobe.com/shared page.

    Luís Camacho commented  · 

    He is able to see the design in the iOS web browser.
    I've made small tweaks to the design and updated the link hoping that it would show up for him, but nothing changed.

    This is a private link by the way, and it's the same link I've used for the first partner. I've simply added/invited the new partner into it.

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