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    Jerry Wang commented  · 

    Support group artboards is very useful. I have 50+ artboards in my prototype, have to spend lot of time manage them.

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    Jerry Wang commented  · 

    I like this! But I think if we could just add an individual animation interpolator to each element would fine, something you could find in AE. No need to have too much settings, an visual curve interpolator can set duration, offset or spring effect and so on. Quick and easy.

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    This is something we’d like to get more feedback on.

    a) Some apps (such as Adobe Illustrator and InDesign) behave the way XD does now: reducing fill opacity (not overall object opacity) keeps the whole shadow visible but reduces its opacity in proportion with the fill color’s opacity. At zero fill opacity, the shadow is completely gone along with the fill (unless you have a border, in which case you have a thin ring-shaped shadow left).

    b) Other apps (such as Photoshop or Sketch) behave differently: reducing fill opacity leaves the shadow’s opacity at full strength, but clips the shadow so you don’t see it through the translucent fill. At zero fill opacity, in the middle of the shape you can see what’s behind it completely unobscured, but outside the shape’s edges you still see the drop shadow at full strength.

    Which one do people prefer? Do you need to…

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