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hello everyone! how can i exactly snap vertices to grid intersections? i've tried turning on the snap options and setting the snapping power from a range of 1-8 but it still doesn't snap perfectly to the grid intersection...how do i correct this? thanks a lot to everyone!
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by:weed
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In what program?
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by:DCS092999
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Here's how the snap works in Illustrator:  If you move an object in your work to within the specified point distance of a grid intersection, it should snap right to it.  Likewise, if you draw a new object after setting it to snap, it should snap to the grid intersections.

But objects drawn before you set it to snap to grid aren't snapped unless you individually move each object to within the specified distance of the grid interesection.

I hope this helps,
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by:dabestprogrammerindauniverse
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ah!!! i'm so sorry!!! i forgot to tell you guys the program! :(  it's 3d studio max R3....please help! :) thanks! :)
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by:dabestprogrammerindauniverse
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sorry DCS...sorry :(
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by:DCS092999
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Z'alright!  (Sorry, can't help you with 3D studio max...)
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by:lyonst
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Try here it may answer your question..about half way down the page.

http://www.rpi.edu/~letteh/tech-tips.html

Cheers,

T.
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by:dabestprogrammerindauniverse
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yup...a great explanation about snapping! but i can't seem to understand y my vertices won't snap exactly at the intersections...at the exact point of intersection that is...

thanks lyonst but i need some kind of explaination for this
thanks!
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Max isn't very good about accuracy...  After rotating things sometimes you'll notice you can't get it at 90 degrees, only 89.98 degrees.  As for the snapping, it may just look like it's not perfectly on a grid line.  Turn on your coordinate thing (I don't know the name of it, you right click on the move tool to open it) to see if you're truly snapped or not.
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