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I want to snap line or object nodes to other lines or object nodes. I would like to be able to do this with the move tool, but it seems like the only way to do this is with the node tool. Is that correct? A current example: I have a shape/curve with some corners and straight lines. I want to snap a line (curve, created with the pen tool as a straight line) to the shape. In order to do that, I have to zoom out, select the line, switch to the node tool, select both nodes on the line, then move them all using the node tool to snap as I want. When I use the move tool, it snaps to other stuff, like the bounding box or center points of various things on my canvas. Why aren't nodes part of the snapping options when using the move tool?
In Designer 1.10.6, one of my projects, a 3000x3000 square in RGB-8 which I intend to use to make a new logo for myself, suddenly gained this weird grey border around the edges of the frame, as seen in the first attached image, and the line is always exactly 1 pixel thick. In the same project, the background, which is the exact right size, positioned perfectly, and SHOULD have no gaps, needs to be 1 pixel too wide and 1 pixel too tall to actually render no gaps in pixel rendering mode. Strangely, this border I can't interact with started appearing on new project files I opened with Designer 1.10.6, before I relaunched the app. On the particular file this happened to, I discovered that Designer has decided it wants to render objects outside the area that would get exported into an image, as seen in the second attached image. What did I do? Toggling bleed, guides, margins and column guides doesn't do anything on any project file. I don't know what I did. Fortunately the exporting works as it should, but this was very strange.