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PostPosted: 2014/04/13, 13:36 
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I was wondering if there is a grid snapping function in the editor? I couldn't find it. The closest thing is that you can move an object by 1 unit by using the arrow keys. That gets annoying to use if you want to create a whole level with blocks of 64x64 in size though.


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PostPosted: 2014/04/14, 11:32 
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Good suggestion. Added to the issue tracker.

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PostPosted: 2014/04/14, 23:10 
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Adam wrote:
Good suggestion. Added to the issue tracker.


Awesome! That'd speed up level building so much and make everything so much cleaner.


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PostPosted: 2014/05/29, 15:39 
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Done! :) I've implemented this feature and released a new version.

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PostPosted: 2014/06/12, 00:55 
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Adam wrote:
Done! :) I've implemented this feature and released a new version.

Awesome!
Thanks for your hard work!


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