The SVG file (author: Denelson83, Wikimedia Commons) is almost perfect for my game - except for displaced colored squares.
My question is:
How could I please copy such a colored square (is it a Group?), then paste it and move the new square to a new spot - but still keep it aligned to the grid?
As an Inkscape newbie I have already found out, that I can jump to the "original" with Shift-D.
And I can hold CTRL key to move objects horizontally or vertically.
But I still don't understand how to keep the moved square aligned to the grid (which also seems to be in a separate layer - so how did the author manage to keep all squares aligned to the grid?)
And also I can't find some view/dialog/toolbar, which would show me the coordinates of the object being dragged by me (I only see the coordinates of the mouse pointer at the bottom right). If I could see/change those coordinates, then I could (in a tiresome way) calculate and set the coordinates for the new squares...
I've toggled Snap to grid and also enabled showing the grid:
but the square doesn't snap to the grid when I drag it.
And also the grid is too small and I can't find how to make its cells broader.
I have found where to set the grid size (15 x 15) and offset:
But while the grid looks ok now and snaps too - it snaps in the wrong places as shown below.
Why doesn't the grid snap at the square's borders?
Is this maybe a bug in Inkscape? How to workaround it please?
UPDATE 3: I've received an offline advice to hold ALT while dragging a square