Canvas Snapping happening too quickly; objects move on first click without any movement [camtasia 9]

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I think canvas auto snapping of objects is at the root cause of all objects moving unintentionally even when user just wants to select the object to edit its properties....not to move it on the canvas.

Possible solutions:
 
1) some objects I may not want to snap right away upon object selection.  I need a certain ms delay between initially selecting an object (the initial left mouse click + xxx ms), and allowing canvas snapping.

2) I would like to see snap guidelines when dragged object is, but the object itself is not auto-snapped. This requires a new checkbox. "view guidelines of other objects, but do not auto-snap objects".  This mode solves 2 problems at once.

As a workaround, I am holding down the CTRL key to temporarily disable the snapping.  But I have to remember to do this each time.

It was somewhat of a problem in camtasia 8, but snapping has become hypersensitive in camtasia 9.
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