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Cant turn off snapping

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I thought I'd seen this somewhere on the forum but ran a search and it's not turned up the bug 

1.7.0.7 trying to do a tight zoomed in clipping path and discovered if I turn off snapping it has no effect, the path i'm drawing continues to snap. tried turning all the snap buttons off and on which has no effect everything continues to snap - a bit frustrating 


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Mainly use Affinity Designer & Photo 1.6.1 + Designer, Photo, Publisher 1.7 latest Betas when available

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20 minutes ago, Dazmondo77 said:

I thought I'd seen this somewhere on the forum but ran a search and it's not turned up the bug 

1.7.0.7 trying to do a tight zoomed in clipping path and discovered if I turn off snapping it has no effect, the path i'm drawing continues to snap. tried turning all the snap buttons off and on which has no effect everything continues to snap - a bit frustrating 

Can you show a screen capture? Sounds very odd!? :S

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Sorry boss just being thick ---- I'd mistakingly clicked on align to nodes of selected curves and not noticed, I was just switching on and off the standard snapping buttons above ---- SORTED


Mac Pro Cheese-grater (Early 2009)
2.93 GHz 6-Core Intel Xeon
48 GB 1333 MHz DDR3 ECC Ram
NVIDIA GeForce GT 630 - 2 GB
Ugee 19" Graphics Tablet Monitor
Mac OS 10.11.6 El Capitan

Mainly use Affinity Designer & Photo 1.6.1 + Designer, Photo, Publisher 1.7 latest Betas when available

Binger.jpg.1f81574106cc2dea8ae65d0a572b9ef9.jpg
www.bingercreative.co.uk

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