Good! That's some speedy support.
You know, I can't think of any scenario where I would download the 3.5 update and immediately try to copy/paste something from Illustrator into Sketch. Granted, it was a pretty decent bug. But the amount of time that passed between the 3.5 update coming out and the people yelling about the Illustrator bug seemed fishy to me.
Honestly, this seems a bit unfair to all the people who (still have to) rely on adobe for their business. Though nothing is impossible, I highly doubt Adobe would send out trolls to post about bugs on sketch after each release (maybe they are just common adobe employees :P ). I mean, Adobe takes Sketch as a serious contender now -- but their answer is not trolling, but Project Comet.
I really hope the sketch(bohemian) team comes up with something as awesome as Comet (seems to be) so we don't all have to head back into the foggy corporate Adobe cloud.
This was fast
Definitely validates their decision to move out of the Mac App Store; I'm not against the review process but this was hurting a lot of people's workflows, and being held up for even an urgent review would have been longer.
I've noticed since 3.5 that when I select an object - the align tools suddenly look like this:
I think that just indicates it will align to the artboard size. Select two objects and you will see what I mean.
Ah, perhaps I've just never noticed it before! Thought it was a bug, but that now makes sense.
Thanks Julian! :)
No problem! I actually think that is a new feature, also caught me by surprise haha.
I like the added distinction, but I wish they still had the lines in the middle of the icons that center a layer. It is a little harder to tell the different between the icons without them.