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Hello!
Found an unpleasant permanent bug.
If you have several arbords (there can be a lot of them in a real project)

So if you move (for example, by chance) the left upper artboard (apparently from which other artboards begin to receive coordinates), then everything breaks down, all artboards get fractional values of their coordinates.

Now I know this pattern, and I struggle with it like this:
1. I create an empty artboard on the left somewhere, block it
2. All the other arbords I create right / below it

affinity 1.7.0.367 win

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Hi Yanichkin,

This isn't a bug, its just an unfortunate side effect of the way the position of artboards work. However there is an object to the left of the Snapping icon called 'Move By Whole Pixels' and also 'Force Pixel Alignment'. With both of these options enabled your objects will always be positioned on whole pixels, so you don't get the fractional values you are seeing!

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5 minutes ago, Sean P said:

... 'Move By Whole Pixels' and also 'Force Pixel Alignment'. With both of these options enabled your objects will always be positioned on whole pixels

Unless something has changed in the latest update, ‘Move By Whole Pixels’ takes precedence. So if an object has non-integer coordinates before the move, ‘Force Pixel Alignment’ will be ignored and the fractional parts of the X and Y values will be retained.


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