After using Figma’s browser-app for the first year and then plunking around with the desktop app, what I knew was there was a “Back to Files” clickable at the top of the browser-app’s menu, and in the desktop-app’s menu that clickable was gonzo!
Why take it away? (Which existed first, the browser-app or the desktop-app?)
What other blaring discrepancies exist between the two versions that have no apparent rhyme or reason that will cause me to question my own sanity? (Sorry for the snarky question, but you get my point. I’m often miffed by such UX oversights that leave me feeling gaslighted, wondering if it’s me that’s crazy or if the UX designer tasked with the project was hungover that day.)
Command+O. Is this a universal shortcut your UX designers assume all users know about, or is this an in-house Figma shortcut with its instructions buried somewhere in the Help Center?