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Why isn't symbol isolation mode aligned to the pixel grid?

Dec 8, 2012 9:35 AM

So apparently, symbol isolation mode isn't aligned to the (global apparently?) pixel grid, rather the paths are displayed aligned to the origin presumably. The origin is not aligned to an intersection of the grid. Thus it becomes very difficult to create pixel perfect symbols. Paths that are snapped to the pixel grid are then redisplayed offsetting from the origin, causing bleeding in the isolation mode. If the origin is specified as the center that is (presumably it would work fine for a corner), you're going to have a bad time.

 

Is this fixed in CS6?

 

Also, has there been a feature added in CS6 to reposition the origin as the center of an object?

 
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