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hi Guys! Whenever I decrease the keyword increment, it moves 1 pixel, not touching the line.

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Mar 09, 2024 Mar 09, 2024

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When I decrease the keyword increment, it moves one pixel, but it still doesn't touch the line. Even when I decrease it further to 0.01 pixel, it passes over the line instead of touching it. How can I make it touch the line?hibru305572725zfd_2-1709998352479.pnghibru305572725zfd_4-1709998604774.png

 

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Community Expert , Mar 09, 2024 Mar 09, 2024

They need to be turned off.

You need Snap to point, but not the other 2

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Is any snapping turned in the View menu? Snap to Pixel or Snap to grid?

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yes they are checked.

 

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They need to be turned off.

You need Snap to point, but not the other 2

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