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litdane
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Lost hours of work...
Adobe XD crashing when resizing window...
(ToT)/~~~

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    My condolences.
    Ctrl+S, develope a habit.
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    in www.figma.com you don't have to save manually
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    @CWins been coding for so long that I relied too much on auto save... Guess with design it's not the case...
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    @heyheni I use Figma personally, but company decided to switch from Illustrator to XD... I thought XD is no longer in beta... Ended up using Sketch to finish work.
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    XD

    Sorry. Must've been in the air.
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    @Pythoneer yeah i find it one of the dumbest software name.

    The working title of Adobe Expirience Design was Adobe Comet which i find much better since a design tool can't design expirenceses, it's just a tool.
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    @heyheni @litdane figma seems to be pretty ok actually, though it doesnt seem theres any multiply option as in adobe experience? you can only duplicate manually via copy/paste or holding alt and moving that item or am I just not finding it?
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    @JoshBent yea I remember reading an article comparing the three in details. Figma doesn't have the repeat grid function as the other two.
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    @litdane other "two"? whats the other one, sketch?
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    @JoshBent yes sketch and XD
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    @litdane any chance you still have the link? I got some UX courses coming up and I've been using XD for a while now. However, new stuff might be better :)
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    @wildebeest Figma seems to offer more features (for free) - if you get used to its bit more "busy" interface, it also lacks the easier use adobe nailed in Experience Design, mostly you'll miss repeat grid though.

    So far I have been able to workaround most things like the missing canvas resize marker that adobe has, via a line positioned at 1080 height with a width of 1920, the standard profiles for display sizes are also quite odd imho

    Ask other questions that you might have, I might be able to answer those, as I have been using adobe experience design for a long time and now try figma as an alternative, which seems to be fine so far
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