Anyone knows if it's possible to handle aliasing and antialing of the elements inside Xd?
I need the objects to have sharp edges without antialiasing.
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Hope it helps.
Objects in Xd are generally sharp. If something isn't, it's size or position might not be an exact number and the edge falls between 2 pixels, so you get a blurry line. You should post a screenshot of said objects that have a blurry edge. Another thing - do they become sharp if you zoom in or out?
What I need, in specific, is to have an output image with limited palette (216 colors only), for that reason I have to use limited rounded objects, since the blurry line generated by antialiasing could be "strange" for the color palette limitation. So my question is, can I completely turn Off antialiasing in xd, for everything(text, images and shapes)?
You cannot turn AA off. And for the export, the options are also quite limited. There might be some plugin that will allow you to export with such options, but I haven't seen it.
Not sure if I understand how turning AA off would affect the color palette in any significant way, but you can always create some sort of action in photoshop and batch process exported assets through it to achieve the desired result.