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  1. Hi, Very strange thing here. I've got A4 document with 4 sections - each has exactly same picture frame with exactly same picture linked. The same properties, too. However when exported, one of the picture frame is washed out and much lighter than the other ones. Each frame has 25% opacity, same everywhere. I've tried everything - copying frames by copy/paste, copy by dragging, creating brand new frame with the same linked image... Nothing works. How is this possible? It's not always the bottom right as you can see on the screenshots. For example if I Option-Drag the top right to the left, then the top right becomes washed out. But sometimes it's the new frame, I'm not able to follow the pattern. Well, is there a fix to this? I need to send it to the printer and I'm quite concerned of the outcome.
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