Hi, I would like to set the color of my shadows with a color variable. I know this isn’t possible with color styles, but does anyone know if it’s now possible now somehow? Hack is ok
Otherwise, I feel having the same component between different variable modes would look strange because the shadow color would have to be the same for all modes, right?
Following, I was wondering the same thing
I also want to see this. Following, in case someone can come up with a workaround in the short term.
I just saw in the Config video Deep Dive Training [41:08] that this is coming in version 2. Hopefully before the end of the year.
However, “let’s do it in the next version” is usual product delivery talk for killing great initiatives. Fortunately for us, Figma seem to be operating slightly better than most other SaaS companies
I’ll continue to follow this in case someone comes up with a workaround until v2
Wondering the same over here! The only workaround I could imagine is to use an absolute positioned rectangle with the shadow color you want as a fill and blurring it out
Yet this makes absolutely no sense in the long run and it would just be quicker to just let us use variables (and color styles too!) in shadows as Hampus said (coming soon)
This workaround totally makes sense! I gave it a shot, and this “fake shadow” looks just like the real shadow and it works when I apply themes. I’m gonna use this workaround as a temporary solution until they begin supporting shadows in variables. Thank you for that!
Following! I would love to see this functionality added to Figma. My team needs to change the opacity of drop shadows between color modes and it would be great to use variables to retain consistency.