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Objects slightly misaligned when copying?

I'm trying to copy a few of the same cube shaped object to create a stack of them, and despite only moving them in the Z axis, they end up slightly misaligned, like almost un-noticeably so. I can't fix it myself because despite having grid snapping turned off, it still seems to snap a minimum amount, so I can only choose between 2 locations to have the objects misaligned, and not the in-between that I need. I don't know what is causing this so hopefully someone can help.

Product Version: UE 4.20
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asked Feb 15 '19 at 09:11 PM in Using UE4

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avatar image Cody38R Feb 15 '19 at 09:18 PM

Okay apparently the cube was deformed somehow in Blender and now that is fixed. But I still have issues lining things up sometimes because I can't completely remove grid snapping. How can I do that?

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