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On my screenshots the small white rectangle is a freshly created shape, it has the ability to adjust coner/border radius. The background blue shapes I made previously and at some point they lost the option to change the border radius. Why? Can I redo this? I met this issue in the past 2 years several times and I still have no clue what causes it and it is really annoying as I constantly have to re-create shapes in my xd documents because of this. Also the bottom shape has lost it.
I am working on Mac OS
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It looks like your Rectangles got converted to Paths. The shortcut to convert a shape to a Path is by double-clicking on it, so I suspect that's what happened by accident. Unfortunately, there's no way to convert them back, so you'll have to delete and recreate them.
Hope this helps,
Thank you, now that make sense, I will suggest a feature to undo this if someone hasn't done it already.
Building a wireframe should be as convenient as the UX that we are planning to design in it, but I found that xd's UX is lacking a lot of convenient features that would make the designer's work much faster and easier.
Now I know to pay attention to this glitch I had been doing in almost all of my files. Thank you!
If you notice a Rectangle being converted to a Path before any edits are made, you can press Esc or deselect shape, and it will automatically be converted back to a Rectangle.
"Convert Path to Rectangle" might be a useful Extension if any Extension Developers are looking for ideas for new Extensions.
That is also very helpful, thank you!