See video attached for clear idea of what is happening.
Device: Macbook Air, 2020
OS: MacOS Monterey
XD version: 49.0.12
I am editing a document in XD for which I am not the owner. This document houses a lot of components for our visual design system. I went in to edit a text element within a group, within a group, and as soon as I centred the text, all of the elements within that larger group were relocated, resized, disorganized, and somewhat warped. I'm not sure why this happened, and it is not happening for the other versions of this component for different sized screens. The software is also behaving very slow and taking a long time to process. Not sure if this is related or not.
Hi Madalayne, hmm interesting, I think instead of using text with auto width and height, I'd make it "fixed size" and set the width same with its background element (Rectangle 1764, in your case. oh and I added the screenshot if it's not clear, I'd picked fixed size for the text, the option at the right) (if you do that in the main element, it'd be reflected to all instance components as you know) That'd be the first thing I'd try. Also it looks like the component is grouped with an outer element or something? There's certainly something wrong with that particular instance of that component, if anything doesn't work, I'd take another copy of that component and create that instance from scratch. Oh you can also check this tutorial if you're not very familiar with paddings in the components: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cBT53XZELZc Hope this helps!