I did have it set to "Relative".
Did changing it to Relative solve your problem?
When you say "anchor", would that be the playhead or could it be something else?
The anchor point is a reference point that Logic uses to align audio regions. As default, when you double click an audio region and you click the File tab (by default it goes to the Track tab), the anchor will be on the far left side at the bottom.
That's why when you move a region around, it will use the left edge of the region to align/snap the region. If you drag an audio region around in your Tracks area you will see a gray vertical line
Now you can drag that anchor point to any place inside your audio region
And then you will see that the vertical gray line is now in a different spot and it also shows a black dot so you can see where it is
This is very useful when you want to snap a different part of the audio, for example if you have a reverse sound you probably want the right edge to snap to the grid, instead of the left.
Hope it helps and hope you were able to finally fix your project
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