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I have enjoyed Unity for several years and am really enjoying Pro Builder and Pro Grids. I do have a question about vert snapping in Pro Builder. I can snap fine the verts that are along an XYZ axis, but if not the snapping on axis, Pro Builder looks elsewhere rather than the vert I am attempting to snap to. Is there another key that I should press rather than "V"?

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Hi! I'm not quite sure what you mean, let me make sure I understand:

"V" is a Unity key that allows you to drag an object from a corner (vert) to another object's corner, on all 3 axis at once (you don't get a choice).

ProBuilder enhances this slightly: when you are in Vertex mode, you can hold "V" and drag on a specific axis, and only that axis will be used- this becomes "aligning" (ie, align to the hovered item on the X axis, etc).

Are you expecting something else, or is this not working for you?

Welcome to the forums! :)

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My mistake, I completely forgot about the Collapsing Vertices command to bring together vertices to a common location. It is just a matter of getting used to the program. I have been so used to using Maya. Thanks for you help.

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