Vector files gets destroyed when resized in XD

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May 29, 2020 May 29, 2020

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When I import vector files like logos, illustrations etc I'm unable to rezise them without destroying the object. If it's a logotype each letter gets destroyed, they crash into each other and some of the letters flip 180 degrees. This happens no matter how I import the element and whatever vector format it is. eps, illu, svg. I import either by dragging the file from Bridge, or copy and paste directly from illustrator. I keep constraints and scale proportionaly. Inside Illustrator it's all fine and I can edit the objects as normal but not in XD.

 

I'm on W10 and all up to date on all Adobe apps. 

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Have you disabled responsive resizing?

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Ah, so that's what caused the problems? After turning the responsive resize switch to off the scaling issues went away. Thanks! But it returns to ON each time I select objects, so its on by default? Just like stroke always is on by default. I hope Adobe changes this. Aespacally the stroke attribute but thats another story.

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