In Figma, "Scale" refers to the resize tool that helps you maintain the proportionality of your layers. When you enable Scale, it ensures that no matter how much you increase or decrease the size of a layer, the fonts and other elements within the layer remain constrained to their initial relative proportions.
This feature is incredibly useful when you want to resize elements without distorting their appearance. It allows you to keep the design consistent and visually appealing across different sizes and resolutions.
How to Enable Scale in Figma
To enable Scale in Figma, follow these simple steps:
- Open your Figma project and select the layer you want to resize.
- Press the "K" key on your keyboard.
- You should see a bounding box or handles around the selected layer, indicating that Scale mode is active. Now, any adjustments you make to the layer's size will be proportionally constrained.
Remember to press "K" again to disable Scale mode if you want to resize layers freely without maintaining proportions.
That's it! Now you know what Scale is in Figma and how to use it. Enjoy designing with precision and maintaining consistency in your projects!
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