Copy and Paste Resizing Constraints in Sketch

I know there are FPS-inspired shortcuts for assigning resizing constaints to layers in Sketch, but I’d like a way to simply copy those for one layer and paste them onto another.

  1. The Resizing Constraints commands would appear in the contextual menu when Control-clicking on a layer on the canvas (as depicted) or in the Layers list.
  2. I like the brevity of the contextual menu that appears when Control-clicking on a shadow in the Inspector. A similarly focused menu for the Resizing section would be nice.
  3. For those of us who use the keyboard heavily in Sketch, Command-Shift-C and Command-Shift-V to Copy and Paste constraints would be helpful.
  4. The Copy/Paste Resizing Constraints commands would also be available through the Edit > Paste menu. Reset is already in Layer > Constraints.
  5. It’s a bit inconsistent that the controls are labeled “Resizing” in the Inspector, “Constraints” in the Layer menu.

Safari Responsive Design Mode Polish

Here's the UI as seen in Safari Technical Preview 41, released October 4, 2017.

Safari Technical Preview 41 Responsive Design Mode

Revised Responsive Design Mode

Revised Safari Responsive Design Mode
Safari Responsive Design Mode - device icon hover showing rotate icon
  • Add a bandwidth throttling menu:
    1. Default Network
    2. High-Speed Cellular
    3. Low-Speed Cellular
    4. Offline
  • Improve the contrast of the selected viewport setting in a style consistent with the Web Inspector
  • Show a rotate icon when hovering on a device icon
  • Align label baselines
  • Add a screen mode menu for iPads that would allow selection from:
    1. Full Screen
    2. Primary
    3. Secondary
    4. Split View

    This provides an explicit UI for using the iPad multi-tasking modes and would allow users to switch between portrait and landscape orientations of different iPad models while staying in a multi-tasking view. In STP 41, you can skip cycling through the iPad multi-tasking modes by Option-clicking the iPad icon.