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  1. Stumbling (again? Topic sounds so familiar to me, but again means not fixed in the meantime) upon this while opening an IDML with a footer meant to be vertically centered in a text frame and the text was not vertically centered. Text Frame Baseline Alignment was off, Paragraph Baseline Alignment was off. But the Baseline Grid was used in the Baseline Grid Manager. I am wondering what the functions calculate to produce the result shown in the attached image. The image shows that text is not aligned to the grid and it is not vertically centered.
  2. Maybe there is a valid workflow for resizing picture frames. Sure, basic knowledge, but right now I am stuck / puzzled / astonished / clueless. 1. Create picture frame, place image inside and scale the image inside proportionally with 200% around the centre. 2. Place another image (smaller than the picture frame to see the effect) and move it into the picture frame on top of the other image. 3. Now resize the picture frame with the handles or the Transform panel. What I want: Just make the picture frame a bit higher from top (best with the Transform panel for precision reasons). Properties of the picture frame are set to None. What I not want: Use the Crop tool to make the picture frame bigger, this is a manual way. Result: The upper image gets distorted, the lower image shrinks to the width of the upper image. Example file attached. imagescaling.afpub
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