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Daniel Gibert

ISO and other not square grids still misalign on zooming

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The isometric grids continue to displace when zooming, making very difficult to set precise nodes on it as the grid doesn't align with the magnet points.

Fails on all perspective grids (ISO, ISO 2:1, dimetric, oblique, trimetric, triangular, etc.)

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The issue is that the grid misplaced when zooming (The grid points are in their place, but grid lines move while zooming and get misaligned) Is a bug that comes from the former version. Only happens on non rectangular grids. I was expecting to be solved by this new one, but it seems not the case. If you draw some pieces and zoom in and out you could see the lines landing each time in a different place.

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Issue is still ongoing in latest 1.2.7 update.

If fact, it seems worse, as point misalignment is worse and in some grids, as 2:1 triangular, the guides itself are misaligned as you zoom, not only the anchor points but the guides.

I want to use my ipad for isometric illustration but this is refraining me to do it.IMG_BB897E03AA34-1.thumb.jpeg.dfa53a20673068ef0fb1b1ff3e1f580a.jpegIMG_D26E8D35854A-1.thumb.jpeg.533b4497fb7776aafdf378cb7864219f.jpeg

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