This is all controlled by the VIEW menu at the top of your Photoshop screen. Once in that menu, look for SHOW and SNAP TO. Have fun.
This doesn't solve the problem for me.
When I draw a rectangle I want the edges to snap to the pixel grid. Before I updated to 2015 I could transform the object and hit enter and the edges would snap and be clean.
When I choose View > Snap to > Grid
- This doesn't do anything to my fuzzy shapes, and when I transform them, they still don't snap to the pixel grid
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Found it! They moved it from
Preferences > General > Snap Vector Tools and Transforms to Pixel Grid
Preferences > Tools > Snap Vector Tools and Transforms to Pixel Grid
Widgetball told you exactly where to find it in the previous post... Preferences>Tools>Snap Vector Tools and Transforms to Pixel Grid
Not in General.
This is correct for Adobe CC 2017, Adobe please stop changing things so much!
It used to be under General.
Now I had to do a Google search to find it,
and every single time I want to change it, I have to open the preferences (that was annoying enough) AND click on the tools tab.
BUT WHY ADOBEEE? When you could just put a checkbox in the menubar, without opening anything.
Do your designers even use Photoshop or they also switched to Sketch?