This is an awesome feature not only for Flow, but for designers who may be using icons and elements from UI kits. And, for all those non-Sketch designers, there is now a pathway for you to import your designs into Flow.
SVG Import (beta)
You can create timelines from them, or drag and drop them onto your current Timeline.
Please note: this is a beta feature, and will be improved in the coming releases
- Create timelines from imported SVGs.
- Handle all shape types (including arcs).
- Created a converter from SVG format to Flow.
- Rename top-level svg elements into SVG file name.
- Add drag-drop functionality.
- Insert SVG files via in-app menu.
A useful touchup to importing media files.
- Allow user to import multiple image, SVG or sound files at the same time.
UI / UX
We’ve added some nice subtle improvements, and some other critical fixes.
- Fix a bug with dragging scenes in the Sketch import window.
- Resize Sketch import window depending on screen size and resolution.
- Add button to empty stage for adding a timeline via SVG file.
- Align divider of layer hierarchy panel to that of the timeline hierarchy. (Travis sheds a tear in thanks).
- Allow Flow to open files with missing images
- Deselect easing curves when clicking on an empty area of the timeline
We’ve added a few subtle but important fixes to our export options.
- Player.js pauses after finishing its animation instead of stopping (and going to the beginning of the timeline)
- Added a Delegate protocol to Toggle Button in the iOS export option
- Added a Delegate protocol for the Timeline in FlowCommon (thank you Robin Keech for suggesting this FlowCommon improvement)
A touchup for importing layer styles mixed with unsaved changes.
- Override opacity of LayerStyle with that of layer
Another year, another major MacOS release, and here is our fix for some strange behaviour that Catalina brought (will bring?) with it.
- Fix crash occuring in Catalina