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When constrained movement is active, the selected objects snap to edges and center points of other objects as well as the origin. Snapping is indicated by white reference points on the object that is being moved and the closest points they will snap to. Moving an object and dropping below a certain distance to the next snappable points allows the object to snap automatically. The number next to the closest snapping point indicates the distance between the reference and the snapping point.

Indication of nearest snapping points when constraining the movement to an axis 


Note: Depending on where the object was selected before dragging, the reference points for snapping are set.


Example: If the object was selected at its center, it will take its center point as reference point for snapping. If it was selected near an edge of the object, it will take the adjacent edges as reference points for snapping.




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