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AdiGital

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  1. Thank you both very much! I used the stack method as more suitable. The slices I created don’t match exactly the elements. Works for now. Thanks again! (Also for the naming artboards tip)
  2. Hello, I couldn't find an answer to this so apologies if I missed. I'm not a heavy user of the Designer but I thought it should be straight forward: Designing an UI for embedded device with multiple screens. I created separate artboards for each screen, all scattered across so I can see them all. I used the Export Persona to create slices for each on-screen element (buttons etc.). I need their coordinates to use in the code. While in Draw Persona, every element has XY coordinates related to the artboard. When I switch to Export, the elements that are not on the "initial" artboard have their XY related to that initial artboard. As example: - two artboards 320x240 px. side by side - both have a button in top left corner (and in the Draw Persona both have their XY = 0,0) - slice of the button on the first arboard has XY = 0,0 - slice of the button on the second has XY = 370,0 I'm not sure if I'm doing something wrong or maybe my approach is not right. Attached image shows example slice in a tiny artboard (71x85 but the element's XY=644,476):
  3. I didn't experience what you're describing but wanted to add a different text editing bug (both, frame & art): (iPad Pro 9.7) moving cursor using the two fingers gesture over the soft keyboard doesn't work.
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