Be nice. Or else.
i dont see why you wouldnt - if your design is not able to flex vertically from 5/5s screen to 4/4s you should reevaluate some of your choices, cuz chances are its not flexible enough anyway
never experienced this in 2 years: do you have ginormous bitmaps embedded? try resizing and reducing resolution with Layer > Reduce image size or Layer > Flatten to bitmap.
IMO Sketch is at a great point with features that just need to be refined — there's a bunch of bugs (e.g. pasting in wrong artboard) that need to be resolved, and tools that can be improved (e.g. type tools https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10101674066628987&set=gm.1450803898505097&type=1)
I never use symbols anymore because it's real unclear when I'm editing it (think Flash edit symbol mode) so I end up fucking all my comps up with a casual tweak, and undoing takes forever.
actually i think sketch is great at having a bunch of designs in one file due to Pages
yea only men have business cards and ladies are only objects of desire
been on the beta for a month: the answer is yes, but if the question is if I recommend it, then the answer is no
if you really still want to do it, i recommend doing the following:
thanks for posting! any feedback is appreciated. we scrapped this together in a week before xmas break, and there's a couple of things missing (better zero/inviting state, for example), but have fun!
so good i hit apply
Haha - it's definitely something that will be very difficult if you don't know anyone you can bother with questions. A lot of things just fuck with you so hard that you give up, only to find out later that Apple already wrote a function that does exactly what you want.
stop no why are you doing this this is like the worst scrolling override thing
a lot of undocumented stuff in framer, but we think its super promising if you can futz with js. hope to start a bigger framer crowd (as opposed to qc)
Be nice. Or else.
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