Hmmm…. Maybe I’m missing something, but solely having the “popover” Osnap in the Toolbar seems like a definite “un-improvement”.
I really liked the previous Osnap display—which allowed one to have Osnaps visible while drawing (displayed in the left column, at the bottom). This simplified matters greatly, since one could easily glance over and see what snaps were “on” or “off”. The only (slight) problem before was the overlapping of tools and Osnaps in the left column. The ability to rearrange tools and/or have a slider for tools and Osnaps would have solved this handily.
Now, in build 493, it’s difficult (impossible?) to remember which Osnaps are active, requiring even more mousing (or a keyboard shortcut, if one is an advanced user) while drawing.
If the goal is simplicity, maybe you can allow users to toggle on/off a sticky display of Osnaps? I’d gladly give up screen space somewhere, anywhere, for this critical information to always be on. Now, the smallest width view of the left column with three columns for tools, (instead of a narrower version with two full columns) leaves 1/2 the left column empty at the bottom. Why not put snaps back in (like it was before), using icons for snaps if words are objectionable?
Alternatively, there is a lot of unused real estate in the Toolbar that could be used, or even allow this in the right column as an option?