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  1. Hi everyone, I'm just new to Affinity Designer so forgive me if my question is stupid. There is a feature in Adobe Photoshop wherein when you make a guide line, it automatically snaps, either to the edges of the canvas, or the selected layer. Now I can't seem to make that work in Affinity Designer. I might have turned it off accidentally. Can someone please let me know what should I do to turn it on? Thank you in advance! P.S. Please don't be harsh on me :(
  2. I was using the snapping manager and while looking for the preset menu and it does not seem to be available. Its available in the flyout menu but not available in the floating option pallet when you activate it from the View > snapping manager screen. Shouldn't it be available in both views? I like to float it while I am making adjustments sometimes.
  3. The snapping grid is not flexible enough for my requirements. Is there going to be any way to set up a user defined snap grid spacing?
  4. It would be good to have the ability to constrain control points for vector curves to guides / grids / elements. At present you can constrain control points to 45° increments by holding the shift key whilst dragging a control point from an end point. For really accurate work on eg. display type it would be great to be able to snap control points to guidelines/intersections, to be sure of the shape of a curve, in both angle and length. Separate but related question: can you manually set co-ords for control points? Thanks, J
  5. Think this might be handy: Have an option in the snapping manager to snap to all groups' (layers'?) bounds. Sometimes the object you want to snap to is right at the edge (or it's the single object of the layer/group) and you forgot to "hover" it to make it a snap candidate. You won't have to let go of the object you're moving, undo, hover, make the movement again etc. -- I'd love to see a smarter, automatic candidate selection: what if you hover with your selected object's edge near the edge you want to snap to, i'd just enable that object a candidate after half a second? You'd
  6. Hi all! When re-re-re-reading all the stuff I wrote on the other thread, I came to a sudden realization: I won't be able to easily do incremental, exponential duplication of objects and *many* other procedures because AD doesn't (yet?) support an extremely important function: snapping to ghost objects and curves while dragging. This seems to be a common thread with AD; It's not that I don't want to give it fair a chance; it's just that *every* seemingly basic and expectable timesaver from my regular workflows under Ai seem to have gotten “lost in translation”. And it really frustrates
  7. Hi, Is there a way to snap guides to the pixel grid? Seems like there should be a way to do this, but I can't find it. Thanks.
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