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  1. I have "Force Pixel alignment" enabled. When I drag-and-drop a picture file (png or jpg) from explorer into a photo ducument, the file is not aligned to whole pixels. I have to release the mouse button, grab the file again and move it a little to force pixel alignment. I have "Move by whole Pixels" and "Snapping" disabled. If I had "Move by whole Pixels" enabled, the above workaround would not work, since "Move by whole Pixels" has higher priority then "Force Pixel alignment", thus moving the misaligned image by whole pixels to a new misaligned position (e.g. from 1498.2 px to 1500.2 px). There is a similar bug report on Designer 1, which seems not to be solved either: Regards Max1Josef
  2. This is a bug/issue from v1 which is still present in v2 - see and Attaching some fresh recordings from v2. The crux of the problem, from discussion in the v1 bugs, seems to be that when pasting/dragging an image into a much larger image, Affinity tries to center the pasted/dragged image, which then leads to fractional x/y coordinates. When snapping/pixel alignment is on, these fractional coordinates should be rounded to the nearest full pixel. affinity-photo-pixel-snap-copy-paste.mp4 affinity-photo-pixel-snap-drag-drop.mp4
  3. If I have an image open, with force pixel alignment and snapping enabled, and I drag another image onto it...that second image is more often than not positioned with a fractional (not pixel aligned) X/Y coordinate. video demonstration - note how the image I drag in has a fractional X value affinity-photo-drag-pixel-snap.mp4 Affinity Photo / Windows similar/related to this other topic (which is still a problem)
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