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Hi there!

I've run into some trouble when I set up a document with several artboards: The individual grids for each artboard don't seem to work as expected (maybe I have wrong expectations...). This is how to reproduce the problem:

  1. Create a new document. The option "create artboards" needs to be selected.
  2. Create a  new artboard be clickdragging the artboard title while holding the ctrl-key.
  3. Now resize the newly created artboard in width (e.g. 1920 -> 1600px).
  4. Activate the first artboard and open the "Grid and Axis Manager". Set up a basic grid of any spacing (e.g. 160px).
  5. Activate the second artboard and open the "Grid and Axis Manager" again. Again set up a basic grid that is different from the grid of the first artboard (e.g. 105px). Enable "Show axis editing handles".
  6. The grid shown on the second artboard is different from the grid of the first artboard, but has a random horizontal offset. Subsequently nothing snaps horizontally (only vertically).

Bug or feature?

Best, Volker

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Experiencing this bug on 1.7.2.424 Beta - driving me crazy!

I thought that it had been fixed?

Did it break again, or am I misremembering?


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11 hours ago, Aammppaa said:

Experiencing this bug on 1.7.2.424 Beta - driving me crazy!

I thought that it had been fixed?

Did it break again, or am I misremembering?

I think you may be misremembering - I just checked the report and it is still with development!

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