When ungrouping complex components that use autolayout, you often ungroup autolayout frames, causing them to change, since the “fill” on the frame dissapears.
Let’s say you hit ⌘+Shift+G in this situation. You end up with this:
My proposal would be that the autolayout would first turn into a regular frame on the first ungroup step, and then delete the frame on the next step.
You can do this manually now by using the “remove autolayout” button (marked in a red box below) , but that requires a slow mouse interaction. I wish I could do it with a familiar keyboard shortcut.
What do you think of this idea? Does anyone else experience this?