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thiagodebastos

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  1. thiagodebastos

    Exporting at custom resolutions

    +1 for multiple export resolutions. Pretty much the same use case as Tazintosh and artemesia66--exporting logos and images at multiple resolutions.
  2. thiagodebastos

    Export layers to multiple files

    Heya! Is there a way to define export sizes? Eg I want to export a logo at different sizes. I know there is a 1x, 2x, 3x option, but quite often I design logos much larger than what I export them as. I'm new to this and am probably thinking of it in the wrong way :) UPDATE: I see that this has already been requested :)
  3. Great list, I'll be watching this, I'm also a web designer transitioning from Sketch to AD and am loving it so far!
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    UI font size...

    I'm sorry to say but barely, most of the UI is still tiny. But then again I am using a 28" 4K display at 3840 x 2160! That's not to say I don't appreciate all of the hard work so far!
  5. thiagodebastos

    Layout Grid

    +1 for a grid system, would definitely get me completely off Illustrator for wire-framing/webdesign!
  6. thiagodebastos

    UI font size...

    I can't wait! Thank you!
  7. thiagodebastos

    Poor performance in Yosemite?

    Thank you that makes a lot of sense! I don't experience a performance loss at all, just a bit of choppiness moving the item around. I forgot to mention that my canvas was in Retina mode, so a crazy DPI ;) You guys have created a truly amazing app!
  8. thiagodebastos

    UI font size...

    Bump this!!
  9. thiagodebastos

    Poor performance in Yosemite?

    I experience exactly what you describe, I simply made a cog shape, added bevel & emboss, some shadows, noise and inner glow and when I drag it I can feel my CPU churn it out at 100% CPU: i7 4930K 6 cores @ 4.5GHz GPU: MSI GTX 980 Ram: 16GB @ 2400MHz At least my system is working for it beyond 2% stress for once.
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