Is there any way to fix fractions after size and location numbers? I always have to manually delete them. Doing the "allign to pixel grid" option usually distors an icon. There is no such a problem in, let's say, Sketch. Maybe there's an option to cancel fractions alltogether?
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Sorry for the trouble fixing fractions. If I heard you right, it looks like this is the functionality you are looking for: https://adobexd.uservoice.com/forums/353007-adobe-xd-feature-requests/suggestions/17237705-toggle-be...? If so, please submit your feedback and upvote the request to add your voice.
Hope it helps.
Thank you, but that article does not answer the question.
Just to be sure, are these two separate questions?
- Fix fractions after size and location numbers - Can you provide us with more info on what you are trying to do with an example?
- Align to pixel grid distorts them - What gets distorted when doing align to pixel grid? Can you share a screenshot here?
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This is an ongoing problem that shouldn't require a feature request. While resizing objects can bring along the issue of fractional pixels, this is not the main issue. The problem is that drawing a line often places it on fractional pixels, which then requires aligning to pixel grid. Drawn objects should automatically align to pixel grid. I can't think of a single user case in which random positioning on fractional pixels would be a feature. It's ridiculous to rely on feature requests to fix obvious mistakes in the software, it's getting very tedious. Read the comments on the feature request.
Thanks for reaching out and sharing your feedback. I understand your concern, so let me assure you, I'll share your feedback with the Engineering and product management team.
I had the same issue and found an easy and best way to avoid these problems myself. whenever you are working with any design try these things.
2. You are all set now
3. Draw anything on the artboard either a rectangle or circle or a text, you will not see any decimal values in X and Y position or Width and Height.
When we zoom in and draw any object that is the problem we get decimal values. I hope this will help. Let me know if this works 🙂