This release comes with a big improvement! You can now use the Check Selection feature with frames. On top of that, we've added a timeout for large files.
Good news – you can now check frames and individual components with Acrolinx for Figma. This makes it easier to run a quick check on a specific component and helps you split up checking for larger files. When you're ready to check, just select frames from the left menu in Figma, or click a frame directly on the page.
We suggest that you use the Check Selection feature when your document has a lot of frames or components.
When you want to check large files in Figma, a regular Acrolinx check doesn't always cut it. That's why we've added a check timeout. The next time you try to check a large file, you'll see a message in the Sidebar that suggests you use the Check Selection feature.
This might be a small release, but we know you've been waiting for it. It's all about child elements this time. Acrolinx now checks child elements in FigJam, and we also fixed a bug where Acrolinx wasn’t checking child elements in Figma.
Acrolinx for Figma and FigJam requires:
Acrolinx Platform 2021.12.1 or later.
We've dropped support for macOS Mojave.
You now can check text child elements in FigJam. We've added support so that Acrolinx now can read and check these elements.