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  1. Haven't installed the latest beta, so this might be fixed. 1. Place a PDF linked and as Passthrough. 2. Adjust it a bit with the Vector Crop Tool. 3. Note that Preflight is saying "Placed PDF has image adjustments applied. The PDF will be rasterised on export.". Result: Indeed, the output is rasterised. Erm, until now I thought the Vector Crop Tool is vector and an adjustment is something like the Vibrance Adjustment? When the PDF is embedded and you crop it, it is not an image adjustment.
  2. 1. Create an element. 2. Switch to Photo Persona and add "Add Noise" live filter as the top layer. 3. Add the noise layer to assets and delete the top layer afterwards. 4. Apply the asset on the element. 5. Apply the asset a second time on the element and zoom in and out. Result: You get some redraw errors on the element, at least with my configuration. To get the redraw errors the live filter has to be an asset. EDIT: Hardware acceleration on or off makes no difference. redraw-livefilter-2.mp4
  3. 1. Made a document with 7 pages, image repeated on every page, 3 fonts (restricted) used. 2. Saved as package. The warning about the restricted fonts appear. Fine, everything as it should be. 3. Opened the package file again and ... unexpected results. - That all images are flagged as modified ... still not fixed. - The ONE image repeatingly placed on seven pages are now SEVEN images, of course having different names. - The package report says that the restricted fonts are modified. Modified in what sense? File name? Or that they are suddenly not flagged as restricted anymore?
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