Op Zo, 26 juli, 2009 17:56, schreef Yann Papouin:
> 2009/7/26 Diederik van Lierop <mail@...>
>> Why would that be smarter? Do you want to snap the bounding box of only
>> item that's under the mouse pointer, instead of the bounding box of each
>> item in the selection?
> Take a look on
> http://ftpmerou.free.fr/inkscape/snap-bounding-box-selection.png to see
> I mean.
> I just want to snap to the middle bounding box of the "middle man" not the
> bounding box of all the selection. In the case I want to snap to all the
> selection, I will group it.
Yes, now I see! Somethings is not working out the way it should. Probably
there are many nodes in your paths, in which case Inkscape only considers
the convex hull. That's because snapping many nodes might take too long.
Obviously, this shouldn't be an issue when snapping only bounding boxes;
on top of that, it should say "convex hull to grid intersection" in the
tooltip instead. So I'm not 100% sure what's going on here. I'm pretty
sure though that Inkscape usually looks at the individual boundingboxes,
as you want it to; just draw three rectangles, select them all, and try to
snap their bounding boxes.
Anyway, I will fix this if you want; it would be helpful if you could send
me your svg file for testing.