Snapping priority (ignore objects when in snapping distance from guideline and do not snap to outline)
When both options are active:
- snap to objects
- snap to guidelines.
InDesign behaves like schizophrenic making bad choices. And it is impossible to place objects on level.
Also InDesign snaps inner / outer outline of object to the guide, so when you have thin outlines (below one point) you never know to which side of outline object will be snapped and it will always be on different level than object without outline. And it creates mess.
Each time when there is a guide InDesign should snap to it in first place, ignoring the objects, and also object should snap to actual edge, not the outline.
This would make the work much more efficient. Right now I am loosing tens of hours for zooming in and fixing object positions - current guides just don't work.