• Tony GinesTony Gines, over 6 years ago

    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.

    6 points
    • T. F., over 6 years ago (edited over 6 years ago )

      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.

      0 points
  • Marcus Nunes, over 6 years ago

    This was fast

    3 points
    • Todd SielingTodd Sieling, over 6 years ago

      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.

      4 points
  • Jason MJason M, over 6 years ago

    I've noticed since 3.5 that when I select an object - the align tools suddenly look like this:

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    0 points
    • Julian Lozano, over 6 years ago (edited over 6 years ago )

      I think that just indicates it will align to the artboard size. Select two objects and you will see what I mean.

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      • Jason MJason M, over 6 years ago

        Ah, perhaps I've just never noticed it before! Thought it was a bug, but that now makes sense.

        Thanks Julian! :)

        0 points
      • Andrew FiorilloAndrew Fiorillo, over 6 years ago

        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.

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