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  1. I'm running Publisher on Windows 11 Pro. When you pin a text frame to a word in another text frame, you cannot unpin the second frame, and you cannot move the pin location. It is easy to reproduce: Create a new document, insert text frame and add some text, create a second frame and pin it to a word in the first frame. You now cannot move or remove the pin. I've tried with the "Float with text" toolbar button, and with the Pinning window. I have a document where I have pinned a multi-column text frame, and every time I click the Unpin button in the Pinning window, the font size of the pinned frame increase, as do the column insets and gutter size, but I could not reproduce that behavior in a simple example. This bug is not present in 2.04.
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