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Please note that you can launch a recorder by using the Windows+G shortcut key.
An error occurred while saving the comment An error occurred while saving the commentMatt commented
There are many issues with Windows + G I found this article to solve them:
Unfortunately for me all these solutions didn't work on my side. Maybe I need to create a Windows account, I don't know anyway I do not want to have one.
There are other software’s to record your screen but it really less efficient than the solution implemented on Mac.
This feature is really requested to share your work, please add it.
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An error occurred while saving the commentMatt commented
@joan_lafferty: to answer to your question: «How do you see an XD document translating to an InDesign file?".
1 - The most important is to be able to copy and paste a screen from XD to InDesign.
- I need to indicate a lot of specifications for a screen and I need to display the different state of the screen in function of different parameters (If user type A, if user type B, if no network, if no more credit,)
I'm using InDesign and it is faster to do it if I can copy/paste
2 - The possibility to get components can be useful, same as with Illustrators, all my screens are on XD, I'm linking the XD file to InDesign, and I can set a specific artboard name to display it. In that case XD is used as a screen components container (I can also add some prototypes). And InDesign is used to details (by text) all specifications, or to be able to provide small specifications dedicated for one sprint instead of delivering everything.
Well I tried on 3 different laptops (to verify if it wasn't block by my work interface). I can't use Windows + G on any of my laptop. :) . I surely deactivated something / or not activated something, but impossible to know what.... O my side Windows + G option is not a reliable option