Snap Settings. Set the size of the grid's snapping increment.
Grid Visibility. Toggle whether to display or hide gridlines in the Scene view.
Snapping Enabled. Toggle whether to snap objects to the grid on or off.
Push to Grid. Snap all selected object(s) to the grid.
Follow Grid. Lock the perspective grid in place.
Set Grid Planes. You can choose to display the grid for a single axis (X, Y, Z) or all three at once (the Perspective Grid). These buttons are only available when the Scene view is set to the perspective mode.
TIP: You can use Keyboard Shortcuts to change these settings quickly.
Use this button to switch between whether the grid is visible or not.
When you enable or disable this setting it only affects the visibility of the grid. Objects still snap to the grid even when you disable grid visibility.
Use this button to enable or disable snapping to the grid when you move objects.
Make sure your Gizmo handle is set to Pivot. When you use snapping with the handle position set to Center it may produce unexpected behavior.
Push to Grid
Use this button to move all selected objects to positions on the grid, on all axes.
This is useful when you enable to snapping to the grid to adjust objects in your Scene that you created before.
Use this button to lock the grid on its current axis. For example, if the Y grid is visible, the lock determines if it moves up or down with the object:
- When you disable Follow Grid, the grid is locked, which means the grid stays in place on the Y axis.
- When you enable Follow Grid, the grid is unlocked, which means the grid matches the selected object's Y position as closely as possible.
TIP: If you disable Follow Grid, you can "nudge" the X, Y, or Z grid along its axis by using the bracket ([ ]) keyboard shortcuts.
Use this button to toggle the visibility of the angle guides when the Scene view is set to orthographic mode.
For example, you can see two diagonal lines appearing in this image in addition to the standard ProGrids horizontal and vertical lines.