This Automation allows you to read design tokens stored on a document with the Figma Tokens plugin and creates living documentation layers for you. It takes a template layer as a selection, asks you which token set and what token groups you'd like to use. It then creates layers based on this template layer, sets token data in the sharedPluginData space so the Figma Tokens plugin can later on pick those up again. Create template layers that match any token property with two underscores so the plugin will pick it up: __fill __value __tokenName __tokenValue And basically any other property that Figma Tokens supports. For example, if you have "global", "light", "dark" token sets defined in Figma Tokens and you'd want to create a documentation for the "light" set for every token name that starts with "colors", you'd input "light" followed by "colors", have the template layer selected and then run the automation.
Loop over selected Frames, outputting scaled components at a 1:1 size defined from user input. Great for processing large icon batches. Optional User-defined batch component description. I normally use this to drop the icon library name. *Icons in the demo image are examples created from rebellenoire's icon library https://teenyicons.com/
Inspired from the automation from Jono Young, this automation creates a file structure with the following pages: 1. Cover with library instance 2. Discovery 3. Wireframe 4. Visual design - mobile 5. Visual design - desktop 6. Prototype - mobile 7. Prototype - desktop 8. Idea icebox 9. Rejected