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My prototypes are used for testing and there is no visible scrollbar on long pages. I have resorted to adding static images of scrollbars to provide a visual queue that there is more content and to scroll. I have attempted several workarounds creating interactive scrollbars which require multiple versions of the same screen to work and then the mouse scroll wheel doe not work. This is a very large issue, it has affected user testing and I have to resort to another app that has this very simple element in order to get user tests completed. This is a monumental failing, please fix, so I don't have to use your competitors.
Although Adobe XD does not currently provide scrollbars to navigate the view of your content, there are several different options to pan the viewport around:
- If you have a trackpad, use two fingers to pan (if you have an Apple Magic Mouse, you can use one finger to pan)
- Hold down Space Bar and drag the mouse
- Use the mouse scroll wheel to pan vertically, and use Shift + scroll wheel to pan horizontally
The issue isn't the lack of ability to scroll or pan. The issue is that test users don't see a scrollbar in the published environment to help them intuit more content and prompt them to scroll. This is a user issue, not a functionality one.
When you are working with your artboards in either mode, zoom in on the selected artboard/item in focus. A common feature in other Adobe products. Don't make me have to zoom and then manually pan to the item. Just zoom in on the focused item.
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