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I tweeted Bohemian Coding a similar question today, curious about how they best recommend doing this. Basically looking for layer comps, but perhaps a version that aren't so finicky to deal with. At the moment I just toggle the states manually, but it's far less than ideal.
How are you guys organizing states in Sketch?
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Looks very well done. Does it work for desktop apps too? Or does it only accept mobile sized viewports?
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I guess a lot of it depends on your workflow. For me, I like to prune my collection of fonts, getting rid of the ones I don't use, so I only maintain a small number. For my needs, Apple's Fontbook does the trick. I also have purchased Bohemian Coding's Fonts. I love the look and feel ...
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Not sure I follow exactly what you're looking for, but Sketch has some pretty decent vector manipulation tools, including the ability to drag and position individual points: http://cl.ly/V0sd
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