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  1. Never noticed this before, taking Transform Panel as example. Yes, you can make use of calculations inside e.g. the Transform Panel like 20mm*3 = 60mm or 20mm+25 = 45mm, but you can't mix the units. Let's say 20mm-2pt. Sometimes this would be handy.
  2. Maybe it is magic or presumably I have too much spare time? I think this is maybe a bug ... Here a small tutorial for making it impossible to change the height of a picture / text frame. Changed the steps, since too complicated, it is even easier and working with text frames also. Step 1: Create a picture frame or text frame at the top of the page and size it down to the upper margin. Step 2: Drag the upper middle handle down until it snaps to the upper margin. Step 3: Deselect the frame. Result: Height can not be changed anymore. P.S.: Try it also with a place image and you'll get some strange dpi information like 300 x -2147483648 dpi P.P.S.: Same for Designer 1.65xx
  3. ... or should I say the miseries of font substitution? I placed a file for testing purposes and the font changed from GothamLight to LCD. Strange decision, because the fonts do not look too similar. If I look at the document properties / fonts in Acrobat: GothamLight | Type 1 | Embedded subset | User defined encoding. LCD in my system is TrueType. I am hoping for the day, when Publisher allows us to decide whether to place a PDF editable or just as an image.
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