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A.Designer 1.6: Artboards keep moving by 0.3pt?

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A very odd thing that I'm trying to get to the bottom of: I have a document with about 70 icons and the artboards (seemingly) keep shifting by themselves. Obviously with icons, alignment to the pixel grid is everything, so I spend a long time making sure it's spot on. As I'm working on the document, the X or Y position shifts to being 0.3 off. Regularly.

This is really frustrating as it means I have to try manually select loads of artboards (not easy in itself) and reset their position. Otherwise the artwork in the artboard is no longer aligned to pixels and, consequently, blurred.

I can't think why this is happening - I haven't selected all these artboards at any point. Has anyone else come across this?

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Hi Hicksdesign :)

This isn't something we've heard of before, apologies.

Could you possibly provide a copy of your .afdesign file (with the history saved) and a screen recording showing the issue - if it's possible to replicate, as I know you've mentioned it's seemingly random. These can be uploaded to the following link, as such they will not be made public:

https://www.dropbox.com/request/PmUZE9PnyTYhKfFkUJv5

Many thanks in advance!

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Thanks Dan! I've since closed and reopened the file, and noticed that history is blank. Is there something I need to do to ensure the history is saved? It's not a feature I've used really.

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Menu>File>Save With History


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