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Hi, I’m attempting to create some isometric artwork on the iPad but the grid system is throwing me off. I’m snapping to grid but the shape isn’t following the lines. if you can see in the attached images the grid lines seem to move around. Sometimes they don’t even align with themselves and sometimes there’s an extra vertical line appears. The grey shape is apparently snapped to grid (Red lines) in these examples. I’m hoping someone can help me fix this issue. Thanks in advance for any help or advice anyone can offer. Kind regards Shaun
Mariusz go posted a topic in Bugs on iPadI have a problem on the iPad pro. The grid and the attraction to it are out of control. The grid is also not displayed on the whole page. You can see it on the film. Best regards! ScreenRecording_08-30-2018_15-40-51-480p.mov
imzadi posted a topic in Affinity on iPad QuestionsWithout any serious vectordrawing app for the Ipad available, I’ve been waiting for Designer for iPad. When the release was announced yesterday I immediately bought my copy and started looking around to get a feel. I’ve been trying the triangular grids, and am not able to snap at them. When at one zoomlevel a point seems to be close to the gridpoint, after zooming in or out the same point is far away from the same gridpoint. See attached images. It looks like the displayed grid is some kind of approximation, and not exact. When zooming in or out I see the grid moving. I’ve tried with millimeters and points as units, with the same results. Triangular grid doesn’t stay in place and I can’t snap exactly to gridpoints. Using a normal square grids seems to be working perfectly, but for some drawings the triangular grid is very helpfull, if it would work well. Am I doing something wrong, or missing something? One other remark about the UI: In the snapping (and other) options, it’s not really clear when an option is toggled on or off. The white ‘off’ position is brighter than the blue ‘on’ position, making it easy for wrong interpretations and making me constantly re-check. I’ll get used to it, but it might help users if there’s an unmistakable distinction between the on and off positions.