Thought that I’d suggest adding a percentage indicator on the linear gradient colour selector. When I’m adjusting the colours in my linear gradient track, I’d like to know the precise location where my colours are on the track - a feature currently not included.
If the far left of that track is 0, the far right is 100, and I have a colour marker near the middle then I’d like to know if my middle marker is at 50, or 51, or 49. This allows me to be precise with my colours when creating new gradient templates that I can then use throughout my projects.
I thought I might add the link to an old Spectrum post from 2017 (yes, two thousand seventeen) also asking about this:
Gradient Fill - Defining location in percentages · Figma (spectrum.chat)
Came here to suggest this same thing. Seems to me a very basic feature that many designers use. I’m hopeful that we’ll see it in a not-so-distant-future release…?
YES! please for this feature.
Really irritating you cannot mathematically input the positions for each colour stop in the gradient. With all the other amazing things Figma can do, this seems like an oversight.
+1 for this feature, seems basic enough, and still no way to input precise values atm
+1 for this feature as well. Kinda surprised it’s not here.
I’ve been using Figma for just a few days and it is my new absolute bestie, but there’s one thing that bothers me. When creating a gradient, one of the most basic features is using percentages to place keypoints. In the case of a linear gradient, the beginning would be 0 and the end would be 100. This way you can place keypoints precisely and since I’m a perfectionist I can’t stand having to guess where (for example) 50 is and maybe getting 49 or 51. This is a really basic feature that even Pixlr has (which I recently switched from to Figma) and it’s just a small quality-of-life thing that’s very important. I would like to see this added soon since it would make Figma even closer to perfect!
+1 for sure. This is such a basic feature that I’m surprised it hasn’t been implemented yet.
I agree – this feature would be great and prob pretty quick to implement
Missing core functionality