Horizontal scrolling is a useful feature in Figma that allows users to access more of their design elements quickly and easily. With horizontal scrolling, you can scroll through the entire design area without having to manually move the scrollbar or use the keyboard. This makes it much easier to navigate complex designs and make adjustments on the fly.
Enabling horizontal scrolling in Figma is straightforward and takes only a few steps. First, open your design file in Figma and select “View” from the top menu bar.
Next, select “Canvas Settings” from the drop-down menu that appears. You should now see a window with several options for customizing your design workspace.
Scroll down until you see the “Horizontal Scrolling” option. Make sure this box is checked, then click “OK” at the bottom of the window. You should now be able to scroll horizontally within your design workspace.
Note: If you want to change any other canvas settings such as grid size or zoom level, you can do so by going back into this window after enabling horizontal scrolling.
Enabling horizontal scrolling in Figma is easy and takes only a few steps. After opening your design file in Figma, go to View > Canvas Settings and make sure that the “Horizontal Scrolling” option is checked before clicking OK. With this setting enabled, you will be able to scroll horizontally within your design workspace for quick and easy navigation of complex designs.