Reference Lines/ Guidelines / Snapping/ Onion Skin

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Dec 16, 2021 Dec 16, 2021

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Hi everyone, here is my question: In the pic 1, when the object is moved, the object is literally 'not moved', instead, the blue line indicates the position after the transformation. How could I achieve this?

 

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(The image 2 below shows the situation when I move the object, it directly moves away, and I cannot move it along its original side.)

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Adobe Community Professional , Dec 16, 2021 Dec 16, 2021
If I understand correctly, you don't want Real Time Drawing and Editing, an option that can be found in Preferences > Performance.

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If I understand correctly, you don't want Real Time Drawing and Editing, an option that can be found in Preferences > Performance.

 

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That's it! Thank you so much! :)))) 

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Good to hear that helped. 

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