I am working in Illustrator (15.0.2 (CS5) or 16.0.0 (CS6)) and when I try to move objects small distances, they snap to the nearest two pixels on some invisible grid. I can't find anything in the preferences. Here are some screen shots:
For new objects, turn off "Align to Pixel Grid" on the Transform panel.
For existing objects, select them first, then turn off Align to Pixel Grid using the checkbox at bottom of Transform panel.
It was driving me crazy too... you can deselect the
To turn it of permanently, click on the flyout menu at the top right of the transform panel then uncheck
Currently, the adjustment of preferences for alignment are in three DIFFERENT places:
It's hardly a transform function ... but putting it there, and having it be set by ITEM... it's as if someone was having a laugh - at the expense of the thousands of hours people have spent looking for why things don't align... this is the polite version of how frustrating this is. #RIDICULOUS.
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