Invision Beta: Insight(blog.invisionapp.com)

over 6 years ago from Jim Silverman, Product Designer

  • Stephen OlmsteadStephen Olmstead, over 6 years ago

    Thanks Andy- looking forward to getting feedback on this one. We're pretty excited about it and want to make sure we're dialing it in as tightly as possible.

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    • Tony GinesTony Gines, over 6 years ago

      One issue I have is with font rendering. Here's an example: https://invis.io/GM407RYD7

      Importing sketch files into invision renders the text differently than my settings. I have sub-pixel aliasing turned off and it forces the aliasing once imported. The fonts on the left are the text layers rendered by invision, the fonts on the right are screenshots of what it looks like within sketch. This is a problem I have with Zeplin and Avocode (though avocode looks good from within the app, just not their web preview).

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      • Stephen OlmsteadStephen Olmstead, over 6 years ago

        Hey Tony- appreciate the heads up here. I just created a support issue here internally based on this and you should receive an email shortly. Def want to see whats going on here for you. This is exactly the sort of feedback we're looking for while in private beta so that we can ensure this is as tight as possible. So.... thanks! :)

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      • Josh Hurt, over 6 years ago (edited over 6 years ago )

        Tony and Tim, in Sketch, try selecting the artboard, ticking "Background Color" and "Include in Export" and that should fix it. At least that's how I handle it.

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        • Tim Knight, over 6 years ago

          Thanks Josh, but this isn't an export these are native Sketch files being automatically imported from Dropbox sync with the font rendering being done in InVision.

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