I am a beginner in Blender, so far I have googled the question I asked in the caption of this post, and haven't been able to find an answer for it.
Using G and moving it in X Y Z, or using middle mouse and moving objects in the aforementioned directions are so easy. But imagine if you want to move objects precisely in let's say, between X, and Y axes?
It is very irritating for me to only be able to move objects in direction of X, Y, and Z. I know I can go to top view and move them in any direction I want. But I would like to move them accurately. Last time I made a turbine and rotated it. The turbine blade had an animation and it was rotating on X axis, but as soon as I turned the turbine to direction between X, and Y, its blade went haywire, and rotated in a messed up manner, like it was loose or something.
I would like to know if there is any shortcut or hotkey to move objects in various directions precisely?
If not, how professionals move the objects accurately in any direction?