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  1. This is becoming rather irritating as the grids never line up properly with my art boards as they cover the entire work area - not just the individual board I have selected. Mac does not seem to have this problem if I go by the videos I've been watching.
  2. If the displayed grid axis doesn't match with the artboard 0,0 coordinates, so the snapping helper doesn't match with the displayed grid, but with some invisible grid supposedly matching the artboard 0,0 coord. Attached files will illustrate the issue better. Original topic created here, but I'm considering a bug:
  3. Hi, I am having issues with grid snapping in isometric view with a second artboard Create a new document Type: Web, Page Preset WXGA (1280 x 800, 16:10), Create Artboard Checked. Enable Snapping, choose only Snap to Grid. In Isometric studio, click Modify Grid... Choose Preset: Isometric 64x32 Pixel Isometric (with Planes) In Isometric Studio, Current plane choose Top With the rectangle tool draw a rectangle. the rectangle snaps to the isometric gridlines, as expected. If Front or Side plane is chosen, and a rectangle is drawn, snap to those gri
  4. I've been playing around with the new update and have encountered a few issues: After zooming in and out a number of times I will suddenly not be able to scroll all the way over to reveal all my artboards. I will no long be able to scroll all the way right when zoomed in so I'm stuck in the middle of my entire page. Grids now take up the entire workspace instead of just my artboard. This wouldn't be a big problem, but see below issue. I can't snap my artboards to the giant screen grid that I now have to use. So while within the artboard things snap, it won't help if the artbo
  5. The snapping works fine and corrects itself to 0,0 of the artboard, but the visual grid doesn't transform. Added some pics for clarification
  6. Hello everyone. It looks like this. (Windows 10 18362.295, Affinity Designer 1.7.2.471)
  7. Version: Noticed in 1.7, but also reproduced in 1.8.0.486 (latest beta) Bug: Points are snapped to a different grid than what is displayed when using multiple artboards Steps to reproduce: Create a new document Create two Artboards In View > Grid and Axis Manager, create a two-axis custom grid in the second artboard with angles other than 0 and 90 degrees Notice that points aren't snapped to the grid displayed
  8. So I have 2 art boards but whenever I want a grid to appear for just one (isometric on one, normal on the 2nd), it just slaps the entire grid over the entire project. How can I get the grid to strictly stay on one specific board? Using the Windows version.
  9. Hello, I wanted to use the isometric grid system, however the snapping is not aligned properly. Is there something that I should do ? Please watch the video to see the behavior. Thank you isometric-grid.mp4
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