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How to manage spacing between several text frames like in sketch, in XD?

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Hello there,
it seems I have a huge problem. I want to manage the spacing between several text frames in XD.
I don't want to use the distance functions, but rather enter the distances in numbers, as with sketch.
I just don't find this possibility anywhere.
Am I missing something? Can someone help me? Or does this function not exist.

Thanks in advance.

Here is the function in sketch:
Bildschirmfoto 2020-09-27 um 17.27.47.png

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Correct answer by Spas K. | Adobe Community Professional

You can do this by adding the elements to a group, and turning it into a stack.

Then you will get an input for the distance between the elements within the stack.

 

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How to manage spacing between several text frames like in sketch, in XD?

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Sep 27, 2020

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Hello there,
it seems I have a huge problem. I want to manage the spacing between several text frames in XD.
I don't want to use the distance functions, but rather enter the distances in numbers, as with sketch.
I just don't find this possibility anywhere.
Am I missing something? Can someone help me? Or does this function not exist.

Thanks in advance.

Here is the function in sketch:
Bildschirmfoto 2020-09-27 um 17.27.47.png

 <The Title was renamed by moderator>

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Correct answer by Spas K. | Adobe Community Professional

You can do this by adding the elements to a group, and turning it into a stack.

Then you will get an input for the distance between the elements within the stack.

 

Screenshot 2020-09-28 003951.png

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You can do this by adding the elements to a group, and turning it into a stack.

Then you will get an input for the distance between the elements within the stack.

 

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