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  1. Hi everybody, I try to keep nodes on whole pixels, so I put snapping like this: - Checked Force pixel alignment - Checked move by whole pixels (- snapping is on) But for some reason I still get half pixels when moving or creating nodes or moving curves. I'm out of ideas on what I could do wrong here. I always thought putting snapping to these settings should prevent creation of half-pixel positions, but it doesn't seem to work as expected. Anybody got a clue on what I might be doing wrong or missing here? Thanks!
  2. Really loving Affinity Designer at the moment and it's pretty perfect without all the bloat of a certain other package, very tempted to throw my money down for it now. One thing that's bugging me at the moment is the pixel snapping isn't working as expected and I'm getting values of "320.3 px" rather than a whole integer ("320 px"). I've attached my snapping settings as an image to show how I got it all setup so maybe I'm doing something wrong or I'm mis-understanding it? But as a web developer, I work in integer values, so a point-something of a pixel doesn't work for me and is a bit of pain when dealing with tight layouts. Aside from that Affinity is perfect and such a nice, clean and easy to use tool!
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