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This is worrying. I need to pass my XD layouts to the dev team, but I might have to produce ols school PSDs just for them to get the spces on parts of a scroll group that aren't visible.
The problem is this:
On the comment section of a developer link, you can scroll and see the content, when going to the Asset view, the conent can't be scrolled nor clicked (the outlines are stuck on the first elements of the group, even if you are seeing elements that are below in the scroll group.
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I have the same problem! Inside a vertical scroll element the dev team cannot read all the specs (using the link) on the objects what are not on the main screen.
Facing same issue. this is worst thing. Dont bring such feature if we cant deliver to developers. Right now I received call from devs that they unable to inspect the screen component/elements.Then I found out that if you use scroll group then this issue comes. RIP Adobe
I shared the xd file and got no answers back!
I think that's a great usability and handoff problem that must be solved as quickly as possible. Together with the fact that if you are working well and have a lot of screens the link starts to be slow. You need something as soon as possible like the online Figma version because this link think is almost useless. Not to mention that everything out of the artboards (like hints of screen grupings) cannot be displayed via lhe link. Only solution? Talk to all the developers to install the free XD version, learn the basic use and open your file...
Oops, they did provide feedback, but they still don’t seem to understand the problem. I recorded a small video about the problem - view specs and selecting objects outside the "first view" area. I hope this helps. If not then I hope we can tell them together somehow, because this is an extremely big problem.
I am also experiencing this issue.
I have elements in a scroll group that extends below the viewport.
When I scroll down and then select Specs view in the browser, I can click on elements but it is the element in that position "above the fold" rather than the element that is currently in view.
See that the add_circle element is selected even though it is not in view
P.S. MacOS BigSur 11.5.2, Chrome Version 92.0.4515.159 (Official Build) (x86_64)
Link is proprietary, cannot share.
It's starting to get ridiculous. I sended a video, and screens about this here (dicomLAB is also me).
It's a major handoff issue, devs cannot (not able to) acces all the elements inside a vertical or horizontal scroll (group) through the shared link. I'm waiting the fix in every update, but still nothing. Had already another project where I created two versions from a page, one with the scroll groups to show it to the stakeholders, and another for the devs that scrolls other than it should be (full page scroll), just to give developers access to off-screen items...