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Found 2 results

  1. Biscontin

    Overlapping Snap Points

    I have uploaded a video which is easier than words... here is my issue: In this case I have 2 squares, and I need to select the 1st square clicking on its middle-point... the issue is that there are 2 overlapping snap-points, and VW selects only the one positioned as last one, which stands on top. Is there any way to "loop" or "cycle" through the available snap points? Snap.mov
  2. kongdesignld

    Snaps issue

    I've noticed that in 2017 the 'weight' so to speak, of corner or line-end snaps is way higher than the midpoints. What I mean is that in 2016, I could easily snap to either then end points or the midpoint equally, no matter how far zoomed out I was (within reason of course - able to see all three locations distinctly). However now in order to snap to a midpoint, I have to zoom in really far to get the cursor to not want to just snap to the endpoints. This might seem like a little thing, but it really messes with my drawing workflow at times.

 

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