From: D. Jones <render1232@ya...> - 2007-11-18 10:58:53
Maarten van der Velde (wrote)
Think of it this way: In the same preferences dialog (document
preferences), it has an option "major grid lines every [ ] lines."
If you set this option to "2", you can easily see the difference
between "even" and "odd" lines. This is just a complicated way saying "lines
running over pixels and lines running between them".
I myself prefer to work in a different way, though. Maybe it suits you
as well. I use a 1px grid (with every 8th grid line a mayor one). I put
the cursor steps to 0.25 or .5 (Inkscape preference dialogue) and I
let objects I draw align to the grid. If a 1px line runs over a grid line
(instead of between two), I simply use the arrow keys to nudge the
object with half a picture.
When you say you put the cursor steps to .25 or .5 are you refererring to in the
Inscape preferences> Steps> Arrow keys move by> .25 or .5
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