Anima's products and plugins always seem smart. I have used them on occasion. However, I always find myself deleting them due to the plugin's persistent takeover and presence in the right column of the design environment.
Yup, me too. Stacks is useful, but I can't trade off the screen real estate.
I always want to try and use Anima as part of my workflow, but it just feels too bloated. Maybe I'll give it a shot again soon, but I'll probably end up dropping it again. Powerful plugin, but there's just so much... stuff.
Paddy is still working for me on v52.1 and Sketch is supposed to be releasing this functionality natively soon.
Totally this ^ Anima stacks used to be great when that was the only thing that plugin did. Paddy was so refreshing to use because it focused on one thing well and it even integrated into Sketch's inspector panel.
Can't wait for Sketch to integrate this functionality natively. Framer X is an excellent example of how this feature should work, too.
Yeah I really wish they would separate their product line. I use stacks and even on occasion used their auto-layout and the artboard cleanup feature.
But Timeline and their web export always seem to get in the way, why am I required to have an account, was it just purely because of their web-export. It just feels like I'm constantly being sold on their web stuff when it is the thing I don't even want to have on my toolbar.
I would totally use this IF it would work with Zeplin or some other handoff tool.. But it doesn't right? I remember Zeplin exports broke using Paddy.
Paddy never caused any issues in Zeplin for me. Anima stacks didnt work tho.