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  1. Or WhatYouSeeIsNotWhatYouGetPrinted ... Normally on an empty picture frame there is a cross to show that there is an empty picture frame. When in Preview Mode the cross vanishes, but in Print Preview and printed the cross is there. Exporting as PDF the cross vanishes. See attached image. Edit: HP LaserJet 750 with PCL v6.0.0
  2. Making things overcomplicated for text not aligning to Baseline Grid? 1. Baseline Grid enabled. 2. Text frame with text inside with Paragraph panel setting "Align to Baseline Grid" unchecked. 3. Check "Ignore Baseline Grid" in Text Frame panel. Why do we need a second confirmation, that the text should not align to Baseline Grid? Inside paragraph should be enough. In the last few minutes I was thinking about possible scenarios for "Ignore Baseline Grid", but found none. Maybe someone has a scenario for me?
  3. Intended? A bug? Arrange text frame and table panel side by side. Create a text frame and change the vertical alignment e.g. to bottom. You will see, that the vertical alignment for table changes also to bottom. Works vice versa. Could be irritating?
  4. ... feel wrong in my opinion. Because the coordinates of the image inside the picture frame are based on the position of the picture frame. Lets say the picture frame is placed at x 10,52 mm and y 17,38 mm. The coordinates are the same for the picture inside. For me I think it would be better if the coordinates for the image inside would start at x 0 and y 0. Maybe I am wrong, but I find it easier calculating the exact position of the image inside the picture frame starting at 0/0. Perhaps I have to get used to this approach in Publisher.
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