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    Cristian Dita commented  · 

    Whenever I try to scale an object (could be anything, vector, type, raster) using the mouse Illustrator creates some weird snaps and in the point of the snap it creates a rectangle.

    Scaling continues, I can keep scaling the original object but it has created a new rectangle where it snapped. Snapping position is random, it happens even after disabling snapping in the View>Snap to... menu.

    The new object behaves slightly differently in that it has a slower preview as far as I can tell. When moving it it just shows up in the new location when dragging, does not move along with the mouse as opposed to regular objects. Everything described has been replicated in the attachment.

    This is incredibly annoying as you can imagine, as it happens with any kind of object. Scale a raster image? Get a rectangle. Scale text? Rectangle. Any shape or group? You guessed it - new rectangle.

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