duplicated Component States

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Hello,

I have a button as a master component with different states. Now I have copied it/duplicated and changed the label and changed the width of the button in the "default" state.

But in the rest of the states(hover, Focus, selected, disabled) of the button, the label and the size will not change. And we have to be careful in manually matching/adjusting the size and text of the button with the default one.

Please help me with this.

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Adobe Community Professional , Jan 02, 2021 Jan 02, 2021
Hi Pratik, unfortunately, this is how it "works". We've been requesting this changed/fixed for the past year, but for now, you have to manually adjust the states of each instance to match the default state's overrides. Here's the feature request, which you can upvote.

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Please read https://helpx.adobe.com/ca/xd/help/work-with-components-xd.html

If that not help please provide more details about your workflow step by step.

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Hi Pratik, unfortunately, this is how it "works". We've been requesting this changed/fixed for the past year, but for now, you have to manually adjust the states of each instance to match the default state's overrides.

 

Here's the feature request, which you can upvote.

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