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Adobe XD command line arguments

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May 18, 2019

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Is there an option to use Adobe XD command line executable (in Windows 10, for example) in order to automate the software release process? I could not find information on the topic.

For example, the .xd files containing artwork for our software project are a part of our source code repository (we store the .xd files along with the source code), and every time the source code is published as 'released' we want to export .xd content as PNG, i.e. to automate what happens when a user clicks 'Export => All artboards':

How can I automate this scenario (ideally - based on command line)?

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Correct answer by italosan | Adobe Community Professional

Hi, I don't think it's possible to export all the artboards through a command line. However, what you could do is to start select all the artboards and export them as the procedure you described above, or with the command CMD + E (if using Mac OS) or CTRL + E (if using Windows). Also, below I leave you a link to the Adobe XD page, where you'll find all the information on exporting Artboards and Assets. Export Design Assets

Finally, I hope someone keeps updating the discussion to help you even better.

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Adobe XD command line arguments

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Is there an option to use Adobe XD command line executable (in Windows 10, for example) in order to automate the software release process? I could not find information on the topic.

For example, the .xd files containing artwork for our software project are a part of our source code repository (we store the .xd files along with the source code), and every time the source code is published as 'released' we want to export .xd content as PNG, i.e. to automate what happens when a user clicks 'Export => All artboards':

How can I automate this scenario (ideally - based on command line)?

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Correct answer by italosan | Adobe Community Professional

Hi, I don't think it's possible to export all the artboards through a command line. However, what you could do is to start select all the artboards and export them as the procedure you described above, or with the command CMD + E (if using Mac OS) or CTRL + E (if using Windows). Also, below I leave you a link to the Adobe XD page, where you'll find all the information on exporting Artboards and Assets. Export Design Assets

Finally, I hope someone keeps updating the discussion to help you even better.

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Hi, I don't think it's possible to export all the artboards through a command line. However, what you could do is to start select all the artboards and export them as the procedure you described above, or with the command CMD + E (if using Mac OS) or CTRL + E (if using Windows). Also, below I leave you a link to the Adobe XD page, where you'll find all the information on exporting Artboards and Assets. Export Design Assets

Finally, I hope someone keeps updating the discussion to help you even better.

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