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Scaling in xd

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    Hey guys, is this me not doing something right or it's not a feature yet... Can I scale proportionately in xd.... Trying to resize the sides to get what I want seems to be messing up my work while trying to create a card pop out hover effect. 

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Just a guess here, but keep in mind that when you're scaling multiple objects together, there's this "Responsive" feature kicking in (see the Inspector on the right), which moves objects among eachother, in stead of scaling them. Again, holding down the Shift key should switch to scaling, proportionally...

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Scaling in xd

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    Hey guys, is this me not doing something right or it's not a feature yet... Can I scale proportionately in xd.... Trying to resize the sides to get what I want seems to be messing up my work while trying to create a card pop out hover effect. 

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Correct answer by Peter_Villevoye | Adobe Community Professional

Just a guess here, but keep in mind that when you're scaling multiple objects together, there's this "Responsive" feature kicking in (see the Inspector on the right), which moves objects among eachother, in stead of scaling them. Again, holding down the Shift key should switch to scaling, proportionally...

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Please review https://helpx.adobe.com/xd/help/resize-and-rotate-objects.html 

 

To lock the aspect ratio of objects while resizing, click the lock icon in the Property Inspector. When you do so, the ratio between the width and height of the object is retained on resizing an object.

 

USE SHIFT for scaling proprtionaly and CTR forscaling from centre. The combination SHIFT+CTRL will scale proportionaly from the centre of object

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Isn't that Center option executed by holding the Alt/Option in stead of Ctrl ?

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Just a guess here, but keep in mind that when you're scaling multiple objects together, there's this "Responsive" feature kicking in (see the Inspector on the right), which moves objects among eachother, in stead of scaling them. Again, holding down the Shift key should switch to scaling, proportionally...

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