Jan dapond wrote: ↑Sun Jun 20, 2021 5:24 pm
After I found that blue circle on corner which is not easy to wait all the time by the way,
But even after blue guide snap set it still works like that. It is not sitting precisely on the line as you can see, and that zoom is not too much close to blame magnification.
Snap is absolutely precise, but you need to learn at least two things about ARCHICAD to appreciate it.
First, the delay is controlled by a setting in the Work Environment. See the attached screenshot and change the default 1.5 seconds down to something smaller if you wish.
Second, never attempt to snap when you are zoomed out. Everyone runs into something like your example early in learning ARCHICAD and then realizes that there was another snap point near where they held their mouse. The only way to select the desired snap point is to be reasonably zoomed in.
In your case, you may have other model elements that have a snap point at the offset spot that you illustrate. What I think is more likely is that your walls are composite walls and that all skins are not being displayed. Zoom in to that same corner and hover your mouse over the actual corner...and at the offset location to verify. Then explore your model to see why there is a snap point at the offset.
PS. If you have grid snap enabled (I do not recommend it) - then it will affect your ability to snap to element snap points which are 'off grid'.