You should be able to see guides as a layer in the viewing tool4 votes
I want to use Avocode for mobile as well!!! :P19 votes
We’re happy to let you know that we just released 2.12.0 update that partially solves your request.
Swift for iOS and XML for Android code export is now possible in Avocode. You can also export code for React Native ( CSS in JS ). Objective C is going to be added later in 2017.
If you’re still using Avocode, your app should update automatically. If not, feel free to download the latest version here: https://avocode.com/download.html
Also in case your trial is expired, feel free to hit us up at email@example.com and we can renew your trial so you can try the new features.
Thank you for your patience.
I know that I can manually upload a PSD. But there are many guys who don't want to use CC. Please support CS users with a Photoshop sync plugin for CS6.11 votes
Right now they are just treated as flattened images. Would be great if they could be imported aswell.43 votes
As Affinity (https://affinity.serif.com/en-gb/) was Apples' 'app of the year, 2014', it would be nice to include that as an optional graphic tool.471 votes
When Avocode exports SVG with filter, it misses the filterRes attribute.
It's apparent on high-res displays1 vote
We’re thinking about implementing this feature in the future.
However we would need your feedback so we can see whether we can implement it to properly satisfy your needs. Could you please comment the specific use case for layer comps in your workflow and how exactly are you using them?
Are you using layer comps only for showing and hiding of layers – effectively creating different states of the design?
Or are you also using them for changing styles and effects of specific layers?
Your input will help us figure out the best way to support layer comps if we are able to. If you have any example design which you could send us so we can understand how you use layer comps, please send it to firstname.lastname@example.org
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