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  1. Hi. I've created a symbol then used two of them on my artboard. Now I have selected both curves (inside symbol group) to adjust them to create what I need. Basically I'm using "Transform Mode" from Context tool bar so each node moves symmetrically. It works fine but problem is: Only the node of shape that is rotated on right side manages to snap to the node of shape on left side. If I try to snap the node of shape on left side (which is NOT rotated) to the node or curve on right side, it doesn't work at all. There's no snapping. You can see it I've explained it in the GIF I've attached. One possible explanation for this behavior is that the shape that's not rotated is horizontal, that's why it allows to snap other nodes to its own nodes. But that shouldn't be an "excuse"? It should work both ways whether it's rotated or not. Am I missing some settings? Or is it expected behavior? I basically want to snap both nodes exactly when using this Transform to it. I could do it manually by dragging each node one by one, but that's not perfect. I want accurate result which is only possible through snapping in this case.
  2. I just recovered a file in which I was working on a symbol when I had to terminate the software due to it freezing. So when I continued working on the symbol, the symbol sync button was enabled. At the state of the document recovery, it should have been disabled, I did enable the syncing when I was done with the symbol, but that didn't get auto-recovered, so the state should have been off. It is way too easy to accidentally mess up a file this way. There was no way to recover my work properly, because I could not undo to the point where the symbols weren't al messed up. This is in 2.0.3, Windows 22H2.
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