I use figma to create documentation for my game. Something like a knowledge base about different aspects of project. It is very convenient, because I can design, draw layouts and fix my thoughts in one place.
I’ve managed to adapt the navigation system by using links to internal pages. My question: is there any way or plugin to make anchor links for specific frames or maybe even shapes in different pages?
For example: I click link in Page 1, it takes me to Page 2 and focuses my view in a particular location (shape or frame).
In Design mode, yes, of course, you can copy the link to the frame on any page and paste that link into the text (
Ctrl/Cmd + K).
Select a frame, right-click on it, Copy / Paste, Copy link.
You are the best! Thank you.
Also, wondering if there is a way to “go back” (to the previous page or frame)?
For example, after I click on a link in Page X it takes me to Page 2. And I want to go back to Page X.
Only if you add a backlink. But if the transition to a frame on Page 2 is possible from many pages, then you cannot know which page to backlink to you, because you do not know where exactly the users clicked.
If you were making a prototype, then there is a predefined function “Back”.
It would be awesome if we could add constraints like that to links. This would be an “If this, then that” situation.