The one thing I wish this feature could do is to help me actually locate those rogue styles or components. I tried using the Instance Finder plugin but it still didn’t help because I have to actually locate them on the canvas/file first.
What if the dialog let us force a new style or component match, instead of us running into a dead-end with the None found message. Currently, it tries to match using the name. But that might not always work (like in this case.)
Seconded, this is difficult. The library publish dialog tells me the name of what’s about to be pushed, but nothing about it like when it was changed or even where it’s located (am I the only designer whose library spans multiple pages?).
I just thought of something (added to my post at the top under Suggestions) - If we could manually force a match (find a component or style we want to swap) instead of Figma trying to auto-match it or run into the None found, that could solve this problem too.
I’m thinking hidden layers might be causing this issue as well since it is displaying a broken image thumbnail for the single remaining color style that is missing. With a file that is 10 pages deep with hundreds of components it’s maddening.
On the “Missing Library” panel I would like to be able to double click on the component and/or style and Figma take me to where that component or style is being used. Sometimes a library is deleted or an item is copied from another non-connected library and I would like to just unlink these components and styles quickly. Looking for them in a multipage project with hundreds of screens is very time consuming and painful.
Yeah, I noticed that at least one of my missing instances was hidden.
Thankfully, I found this plugin called Find / Focus, that I could run a search for on every page. But if you have tons of pages, I could see that getting annoying quick (but better than nothing for now.) Try it out, see if it helps.
For missing Styles, you might need another plugin (I’m sure there’s one you can leverage to find styles, colors, etc.)
I have the same issue, and as I am working in our master UI kit file, I cannot delete all the pages to clear the “missing library” styles. Are you suggesting searching for the “missing” style names in the Figma file I am working in? I think I am missing the purpose of the “missing library” feature, if there isn’t a simple way to check a style and delete it.
I tried to swap in any number of other libraries to no avail.
Same issue here, when opening the list of ‘used styles’ I cannot select any of the checkboxes, let alone delete the items. Also, after selecting another library in the right column, doesn’t change anything.
I’m also pretty sure that they aren’t actually ‘used styles’. Or at least that shouldn’t be the case.
I have the same issue as @Sjoerd_T. I have “None Found” for a match and I cannot find any of the components that are listed that say are missing. So I have no way to tell Figma to just remove these missing things.