Sketch plugin to preview mockups in Skala Preview
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Latest commit 0867c3f Jul 7, 2016 @marcisme Update README


This Sketch plugin provides a preview command (⌘P) that will export the currently selected Artboard at a configurable preview size (⌘⌥P) and open the resulting image file in Skala Preview.

NEW Auto Preview

You can now toggle Auto Preview mode on and off with ⌘^P to automatically preview the current Artboard whenever certain changes are made.

You can always initiate a preview by changing the current selection or directly via the Plugin menu or ⌘P.

This feature is still experimental. Please file an issue if you experience any problems.


Download or clone the latest version of this project, and open SketchPreview.sketchplugin.


  • Make sure you have an Artboard selected
  • Select Preview from the Plugins menu or press ⌘P
  • Select Preview Setup... from the plugins menu or Press ⌘⌥P to configure the plugin

Scaling Modes

There are now several scaling modes intended for iOS design. These modes either change the output size to 2x or 3x based on Artboard dimensions, or they attempt to scale the preview up to simulate the Display Zoom or compatibility modes available on the iPhones 6. The simulated modes are not currently accurate, and the final image will be 1 to 2 pixels off in the smaller dimension.

As of v0.6.0, Artboards that are larger in one dimension should be scaled correctly, allowing preview of mockups of scrollable content.


This plugin has been used successfully with the following versions of software. Not all combinations of each application have been tested, but this should give you some idea of the latest versions that have worked for other people. Feel free to submit a pull request if you've used the plugin with a newer version of any of these applications.

  • Sketch 3.8.3 (29802)
  • Skala Preview 2.0 (207)
  • Skala View for iOS 2.0
  • Skala View for Android 2.0


If you find any issues, you can try to reproduce them with the files in the test directory of this repository. You can also check the Enable debug logging option in the Preview Setup and look at the output in to get a better idea of what is going on. Please open an issue if there is still a problem.


Marc Schwieterman (@mschwieterman)


Big thanks to these people for their contributions.


MIT License