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If I have Master Button Component and inside I have a master “+” icon component that’s white, and for each state I change the “+” icon component to be a different color, when I go to drag the Button Component from the library, the states do not retain those “+” icon component color changes.
Instead, all states show me the standard “+” icon in its master white. The only way it retains is if I copy from the master component.
Is this a defect or were changing components just not intended to work that way inside of states?
For reference it looks like this:
Master Button Component With Master “+ Icon” Component inside
State 1: “+ Icon” component changed to blue
State 2: “+ Icon” component changed to black
Thank you for sharing your problem. But it's not a defect. It's a known limitation right now. If you are creating a component with multiple states and added the component in the CCLibrary then only the Default state will be preserved. We are working on this to overcome the limitation.
I hope this is helpful.
Abhishek Das(Adobe XD Team)
Do you know when can we expect to see this feature?
Hi Adobe Team, It would be great if you guys can fix that issue asap, because me and my team also facing same issue, it's very annoying when place the buttom from the library and have to change color each time.
Sorry for the delay in response. It looks like you're looking for similar functionality mentioned here: https://adobexd.uservoice.com/forums/353007-adobe-xd-feature-requests/suggestions/38959297-allow-com... If so, please submit your feedback and upvote the request to add your voice.
I will also make sure to pas on your feedback with the team for making improvements in future.
Hope it helps.