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Thursday, February 6, 2020

What's New

⭐️ New



Launched today at Config, Figma’s inaugural user conference:

  • Selection Colors: Update colors across strokes, fills, and text in a click.

  • Auto Layout, now with stretch: Design responsively with components that stretch to fill their container.



    You can watch a recap of this morning's keynote here



    🐞 Bug Fixes



    • Desktop App
      • Fixed various community pages opening in the browser instead of within the file browser tab
      • Fixed "Open Link in Desktop App" being broken on Windows
      • Fixed SAML login not working on macOS

    Thursday, January 30, 2020

    What's New

    ⭐️ New


    • User testing is now easier and faster with Maze’s new product integration in Figma. Rather than waiting to A/B test in a development environment, the Figma and Maze integration enables testing earlier in the process. With a simple copy and paste of a Figma prototype link, you can import your design into Maze.


    • Figma has successfully completed our SOC 2 Type 2 certification. In addition, Figma has completed SOC 3, and the report can be downloaded here.


    Thursday, January 16, 2020

    What's New


    ⭐️ New



    • Desktop App 
      • Improved loading time, improved editing performance, and reduced memory usage
      • The canvas now supports monitors up to 8K
    • You can now easily discover what your teammates are working on. Clicking on anyone’s avatar will take you to their Internal Profile, where you can browse the latest files the user has contributed to.



    ✅ Improved


    • Duplicating objects that live in different frames now keeps them within their respective parent frame.

    Thursday, January 9, 2020

    What's New

    ⭐️ New



    • You can now paste an image directly as a fill in any vector object 
      1. Copy an image file
      2. Select any vector object
      3. Paste to fill that shape with the image!




    🐞 Bug Fixes



    • Plugins
      • Fixed a bug where prototype connections weren’t being copied when cloning a page via the API
      • Fixed a bug that allowed plugins to create invalid vector networks using the node.vectorNetwork property

    Thursday, December 19, 2019

    What's New


    ✅ Improved


    • Moved “Copy Link” to the “Copy / Paste” submenu when right-clicking on frames.
    • The Nudge Amount dialog can now be closed via keyboard by pressing enter.


    🐞 Bug Fixes


    • The Auto Layout welcome dialog was incorrectly showing over and over again for certain users.
    • Fixed bugs with clipped frames while running a prototype.

    Thursday, December 5, 2019

    What's New


    ⭐️ New



    • Today we’re releasing Auto Layout so you can spend more time iterating and less time moving things around. With Auto Layout:
      • Buttons can resize with their text
      • Lists can rearrange themselves when items are moved around
      • Auto Layout elements can be nested to create interfaces which respond to their content
      • You can convert existing Components into Auto Layout from the option menu or with "Shift + A"




    • When adding Objects, hold down the Space bar to prevent Figma from reparenting an object
      • When moving an object out of a Frame's bounds, hold the Space bar to keep an object within the current parent
      • Frames can now have borders and border radius applied directly to them
      • Added a “Copy Link” menu item when right-clicking on files
      • SSO options now include support for any SAML 2.0 identity provider


      🐞 Bug Fixes


      • Fixed problems with preview in the Type Details panel
      • Made sure tooltips disappear when you type, so they don’t get in your way
      • Made Smart Animate work better with overlays
      • Fixed a problem with masking in SVG export

      Wednesday, November 20, 2019

      What's New


      ⭐️ New


      Today we’re releasing Design System Analytics to give customers on the Organization Plan visibility into how their libraries and components are being used. With Design System Analytics, you can: 


      • View library usage analytics over time
      • See component usage and detaches
      • Compare usage between two libraries
      • Dig into how and where a component is used 



      Learn more about using Design System Analytics here.