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While XD doesn’t yet have this feature to save gradients in the color picker popup’s swatches, you do have several other options today:
- Store gradients in the Assets panel swatches: open the Assets panel on the left side (View > Assets), and click the “+” next to Colors. Then select any other object and click the gradient swatch to apply it to that object.
- Copy gradient fills between objects: use regular Copy on the source object, then select the destination object and choose Paste Appearance.
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I'd also like to see Spread in the shadows property...especially negative spread!! 😊
Can you please change the way masks work to be more like how they are handled in Sketch and InVision Studio.
The current method means placing a shape above a layer or group of layers then selecting 'Mask with Shape'. This means there is an invisible shape at the top of the layers that masks everything.
It should work more like Sketch and InVision studio where an object at the bottom of the stack is the mask. This would make it much more like the CSS overflow none property. It also means we would still be able to edit the style of the mask layer like a div and even add box-shadow without it being cut off by the mask.
Photoshop also works like this and is a really nice way of working with masks.
I've attached an example with how Sketch handles masks.
Please don't forget about the negative spread too!!
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Reopening the feature request, based on feedback.