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  1. Hello. I'm using Affinity Designer version 1.2.1 After spending some time playing with AD Trial (minutes in fact), like most people I was blown away by many of it's strengths, and I've quickly purchased AD. Without wasting time, I decided to use it to do a real job. But... I quickly realized that snapping is too buggy to be used, which made me regret a little bit to be a AD early adopter. And now I'm very worried because, from many posts on the forum, it looks like AD team is not aware of this, and possibly is not working on it. I was thinking to make a video to explain this in detail, but I don't think it is necessary: Just open a new file, draw some lines and curves, and try to use snapping. Sometimes it will be buggy, and sometimes it will not work at all. The "show snapping candidates" sometimes highlights objects randomly... the "snap to object geometry" doesn't work at all... Well... sorry if I was a little hard with it, but this is too big to overcome.

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