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Postby mahdi » Mon Apr 14, 2008 12:27 am

I do not want to snap to grid .. In the auto snap .. I hate the grid. . How to eliminate it ..not only hide

Thanks

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Postby andrew » Mon Apr 14, 2008 4:44 pm

You could change the grid spacing to for example 10000x10000.
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Postby mahdi » Mon Apr 14, 2008 5:54 pm

andrew wrote:You could change the grid spacing to for example 10000x10000.

Thanks a lot

I tried with 0x0 and qcad had crashed

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Postby lathanial » Tue Aug 26, 2008 4:59 pm

I see this post is old but I found it while looking for away to get rid of snapping to grid in Auto snap and thought it might help someone else. I edited Application Preferences (under the Edit menu) and disabled "Automatically scale grid". The Auto snap still finds all the other snap points but this stops it from snapping to the grid. Note that it also turns the grid display off so if you want to see the grid but not snap to it this might not be suitable for you.

It would be very nice in the future to be able to configure Auto snap to personal preference.

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Postby mahdi » Wed Aug 27, 2008 12:47 pm

lathanial wrote: I edited Application Preferences (under the Edit menu) and disabled "Automatically scale grid". The Auto snap still finds all the other snap points but this stops it from snapping to the grid.

:cry: if I try so... qcad dies definitively and I have to reinstall it, does the same even on different machines

lathanial wrote:It would be very nice in the future to be able to configure Auto snap to personal preference.

me too.. it would be nice also a complete reorganization of interface :-)

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