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    SW commented  · 

    Hi Admin -

    Smart Guides are visible for me but I can't get my shapes to snap together exactly.

    At 100% everything looks fine but when I magnify the shapes to 200%, 300% or more, they're not snapped together exactly, they're overlapping with the shape underneath slightly exposed (looks like a white line that doesn't belong). When I try to align them exactly in a higher zoom magnification mode, like 600% or 300% or even 1200%, they look fine at whatever zoom mode I'm in but when I zoom out or zoom in further they're misaligned.

    When I try to get them to line up exactly by selecting points and using the Transform palette to get the exact position and apply it to all the points I want to line up, it will appear to do it but then when I zoom in or out, they appear to not be aligned.

    I have turned off "snap to point" and "snap to pixel" and "snap to pixel grid" after trying all the different settings - this is really a problem since the shapes I'm making need to be exactly where I put them in order for my design to work.

    I am using an older 64-bit PC with Windows 10 installed.

    This is really driving me nuts. Thanks for helping me to solve this issue.

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