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  1. Snapping - Illustrator for Ipad

    There seems to be a default 'snapping' that is hard-coded. With all snapping and guides turned off under "precision" I still cannot move an object with as much fluid precision as I can on the desktop version w/o snapping turned on.

    I also cannot determine a way to select an object and then drag it by a single point to a single point of another object to 'snap' the points together as is possible on the desktop version.

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  2. Snap to grid isn’t working

    It’s difficult to precisely place anything. When snap to grid is on, I don’t understand what my points are snapping to, because I can’t get it to align with the grid I’ve set up in the settings. When turning off all snapping to grid features, I still cannot freely place anything and my objects are still snapping to something.

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  3. I’m not sure if anyone else is experience this issue, but snapping isn’t accurate

    When I turn off Snap to Grid my object is not placed on my grid correctly. Instead of the object being placed perfectly is symmetry with my grind it is placed exactly .5 away from the next point. That being said, I know that this just means that I only need to calculate the difference by half of a point to create a geometric and uniform style but the point of a grid is so simplify the workflow not to complicate it. Just mentioning this in case anyone else is having this issue and hopefully it is resolved in the…

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