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  • Judah GuttmannJudah Guttmann, almost 3 years ago

    Also noticed in one of the tweets a new Resizing menu, looks like 44 and 45 are gonna be great updates

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  • Johan Ronsse, almost 3 years ago

    Here's me hoping for a global library akin to team libraries in Figma.

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  • Darrell HanleyDarrell Hanley, almost 3 years ago

    Hmm. Seems to be that if you wanted to Design At Scale™ you'd want to use React Sketch -> Libraries -> Sub Sketch files and forego Sketch's version control. The point is that you'd want a single source of truth, and the benefit in doing this as code with React Primitives is that you'd have a single repository that would have all of the styles for both the applications and the mockups.

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  • Duke CavinskiDuke Cavinski, almost 3 years ago

    Curious if shared styles will also be applicable for this.

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  • Henry Moran, almost 3 years ago

    Looks like the Sketch team is working on a native library for your symbols with difs. Could be released in Sketch 44 or 45.

    Hopefully soon!

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    • Ryan WebsterRyan Webster, almost 3 years ago

      I'm hoping it means you can keep a centralized "Symbols" file that can be referenced by any other Sketch file. This means rather than keeping one single file that contains all of my project files for templates, pages and various screen sizes, I can restructure them in a better manner.

      Hopefully grouped text styles become nested soon too >.<

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    • Jonas S, almost 3 years ago

      What is difs and what is the benefit?

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      • Matt CastilloMatt Castillo, almost 3 years ago

        Visual diffs refer to a side-by-side comparison of elements. They're used a lot in Git clients to compare a newer version of something to another. It looks like Gitlab is now able to compare versions of Sketch files and highlight differences, which can make version control really cool.

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