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    Default Grid starting point

    Hi for everyone, can you please have a short look on the attached picture, in Options there is Major spacing 100px with 10 divisions set for the document.

    According to this I would think that the Major mark will start at 0,0 coordinates, but seems lower. Is there maybe some way to customize this?

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    thanks,

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    Default Re: Grid starting point

    Click on CTRL plus L to bring up your rulers. On the top left hand side where the vertical and horizontal rulers begin (0-0), you will see a small cross. Drag this to your starting point and this will bring the (0-0) point of the rulers to your starting point, which will solve your problem
    .............frank

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    Default Re: Grid starting point

    Thanks very much, I was able to change it

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    Default Re: Grid starting point

    Could I ask a short yet, in 10000% zoom there can be seen some place between of the grid point and the document, basically that is some part pixel?

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    I assume in such zoom that is even not a full pixel but what drives that?

    thanks,

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    Default Re: Grid starting point

    This will not solve the grid problem and I have no idea on how to achieve the grid to match your ruler position. However there will be someone who will come along and show you how I am sure.
    Design is thinking made visual.

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    Default Re: Grid starting point

    I don't ever use a grid (well, I did a couple times). Here's my set up and the resulting screen capture of the grid. I used little transparent circles to highlight the grid. I had the zoom set to 20,000.

    Take care, Mike

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    Default Re: Grid starting point

    Mike thanks, your screen shows the 0,0 really at the top of the document. For me that is slightly higher, and can not move downer with pulling the cross downer.
    To demonstrate the difference I was able to snap a pink circle to the grid, and a yellow rectangle to the top of the document, so from very slight point of view but they have different coordinates

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