• Daniel GoldenDaniel Golden, 8 years ago

    I love this app and use it often, but this is my biggest qualm with Sketch. The line-height bug drives me nuts.

    7 points
    • Chris Aalid, 8 years ago

      100% agreed. Thought I was losing my mind for a while until I found that everyone else seemed to have the same issue.

      0 points
      • Peter AntoniusPeter Antonius, 8 years ago

        The fix is to open the typeface that has the issue in Glyphs or Glyphs Mini and save it as a new version and then replace the old font. (remember to take a backup). It fixes the issue, but it's probably against the fonts license.

        0 points
  • Ben Patterson, 8 years ago (edited 8 years ago )

    This wasn't the reason I stopped using Sketch, but it convinced me to continue waiting to try it again. The web is 90% typography. Getting type control right should be one of the biggest priorities for Sketch.

    5 points
  • Dean HaydenDean Hayden, 8 years ago

    Main reason why I haven't used it more. Also the lack of paragraph options really slow down work flow; no top or bottom margins and lack of indentation means that you use a lot of text boxes when ideally one would be enough.

    Type is just so integral to design it saddens me that they have still got it so wrong.

    4 points
    • Chris Aalid, 8 years ago

      You also can't have a bulleted list and regular text in the same text box for some reason?

      0 points
  • Ivan BozicIvan Bozic, 8 years ago

    TLDR version

    How Sketch Handles Type? Poorly.

    3 points
  • Peiran TanPeiran Tan, 8 years ago

    For a long time I was thinking Sketch is designed to handle type poorly to simulate CSS, because CSS’s line height calculation also drives me nuts

    0 points
  • Erik ShawErik Shaw, 8 years ago

    Also, if your text has OpenType features applied, they are removed when changing text size.

    0 points