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CTL + Drag Clone, Produces Multiple Clones

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Using the CTL + Drag to clone objects produces multiple clones when it should just make one duplicate.


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Confirmed on Windows 8.1

Also screws up History, cant undo via History Panel or Edit > Undo


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10 minutes ago, jc4d said:

i'm not experience this on Win10, it works as it should be. 

I can confirm.

 

Cheers


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I done a Program Reset, checking all boxes in the dialog, and that fixed it.


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This happens when Snapping is on. If you did a Ctrl reset it would have turned off Snapping. Turn it on again and see if you can reproduce it :P 

Affects macOS too. I've just logged it. Cheers! 

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Yes sir, turned on snapping and it does it.

Thanks @Chris B


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