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  1. Hi Sean, thank you for your reply! I want try to explain, why I used that configuration. I designed a little booklet with a spiral binding (is this the right english wording?) with beta 206 or so. The print has been done as double sided pages and needed the bleed on all four sides. But during the design it was very helpful to see the booket as spreads (facing pages) on the screen to see how it looks. So I more or less used this configuration to simulate a "preview as book". I think, there was asked for such kind of preview in another thread. I started my booklet with facing master and pages. Design worked well, but when it came to export for print, I get in trouble. I tried some configurations and finally I configured bigger pages, which include the needed bleeding within the page and not as bleeding. When I read the description for beta 238 I thought, that you now implemented my whished behaviour :-) So I thought, my findings are a little bug, but it sounds, it isn't. I want to add, that I really enjoy using the trio of Photo, Designer and Publisher. Best regards, Heike
  2. I think, there is a little glitch left with the bleed behavior. I created the attached document with 3mm bleed on all sides and 4 pages. The black frames should help to see bleeds and margins. When I export the document as "all pages", then the first and the last page looks perfect. The bleed get the correct content. But the inner bleed on pages 2 and 3 get the content from the facing page. It's difficult for me to describe, so please have a look at the attached files. The Publisher file, one PDF with "print all pages" and one PDF with "print all spreads". JPG and TIF exports with "include bleeds" look the same. Best regards, Heike PubTestBleed.afpub PubTestBleed_Spreads.pdf PubTestBleed_Pages.pdf
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