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Why XD looks and works so bad on Windows 10?

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Jun 21, 2020

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Why can't you have a single good version of the layout and structure on both platforms?

I mean why the heck there's and hamburger menu in place of the usual tool bar?

And why when i'm holding alt + arrow keys instead of moving the target with the guides on (normal behaviour on photoshop and XD for mac), it's resizing ??

Wouldn't have made much more sense to keep the same good structure that it's used on mac?

 

All the other Adobe programs basically have the same layout and work the same way on both platforms WHY NOT XD?? please explain Adobe

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Because they don't care what users want or need. Their rationalization was: we made a decision and we are sticking with it.

https://community.adobe.com/t5/adobe-xd/top-menu-bar-with-options-file-edit-and-object-are-missing-in-xd-on-windows/td-p/8806293?page=1

Even Microsoft stopped pushing UWP, but Adobe "believe" it's the future. They think designers will be using touchscreens to design pixel-perfect prototypes and touch-friendly is of utmost importance.

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Why XD looks and works so bad on Windows 10?

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Jun 21, 2020

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Why can't you have a single good version of the layout and structure on both platforms?

I mean why the heck there's and hamburger menu in place of the usual tool bar?

And why when i'm holding alt + arrow keys instead of moving the target with the guides on (normal behaviour on photoshop and XD for mac), it's resizing ??

Wouldn't have made much more sense to keep the same good structure that it's used on mac?

 

All the other Adobe programs basically have the same layout and work the same way on both platforms WHY NOT XD?? please explain Adobe

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Correct answer by Spas K. | Adobe Community Professional

Because they don't care what users want or need. Their rationalization was: we made a decision and we are sticking with it.

https://community.adobe.com/t5/adobe-xd/top-menu-bar-with-options-file-edit-and-object-are-missing-in-xd-on-windows/td-p/8806293?page=1

Even Microsoft stopped pushing UWP, but Adobe "believe" it's the future. They think designers will be using touchscreens to design pixel-perfect prototypes and touch-friendly is of utmost importance.

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Because they don't care what users want or need. Their rationalization was: we made a decision and we are sticking with it.

https://community.adobe.com/t5/adobe-xd/top-menu-bar-with-options-file-edit-and-object-are-missing-i...

Even Microsoft stopped pushing UWP, but Adobe "believe" it's the future. They think designers will be using touchscreens to design pixel-perfect prototypes and touch-friendly is of utmost importance.

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that's some serious commitment to dissappoint their customers and a big middle finger to the windows users, but after all it's Adobe they can't ruin their bad rep

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