Feature request #12667
Pause snapping during editing session
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It would be very useful to be able to dynamically pause snapping during an edit session to allow creation of vertices which aren't snapped without having to open the snapping options. ArcGIS has such a feature which pauses snapping while the spacebar is held down - something similar would be great.
#6 Updated by Christian Roettger about 4 years ago
Denis Rouzaud wrote:
no need for a shortcut, a simple checkbox in the taskbar would do the job, no? we could even have a combobox there with the choices from snapping (none, all layers and per layer config).
No, i don't think so.
This is during a editing session. Assume you are editing and want to edit somewhere really near a feature where it normaly would snap, but in this moment it must not. Then you hit a shortcut which temporarly disables snapping, set your vertexes, release and then continue with snapping which you need to end your editing.
A plus would be to edit the shortcut key.
#8 Updated by Nyall Dawson about 3 years ago
I'd say a shortcut would also be very handy - even with click/click mode. Having to move the cursor away from the map to a checkbox and back would slow things down a lot, vs an instant key stroke to disable snap.
We have a shortcut for toggling the trace, i think it's natural to extend this to snapping.