I have recently upgraded my 2012 iMac from Yosemite to Sierra and find that in every single folder I have opened the underlying grid that files normally align to has changed.
I mostly arrange my files manually, in associated bunches in their containing folder, and use the ‘Snap to Grid’ feature to keep them tidy. Since the upgrade I find the grid is slightly stretched vertically and the existing files are not aligned to it. At first glance everything looks fine until I either move a file within that folder or add a new file, then some of the existing files will shoot off to the side, snapping to random places in the next column on the new grid, or slot themselves into new places in the same column.
So far I have manually dragged them on to the new grid either before or after making changes but I can only move 2-3 files at a time without some of them jumping around. It is a near-impossible task to go through 100s of folders manually rearranging them. Any thoughts? Thanks.