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  1. Normally a copied and pasted element which is on a page stays at the same coordinates as the original. If you copy and paste an element which is off-page, the pasted elements jumps to the left. Same behaviour in AD 1.8.0.585.
  2. There are some discrepancies in wording and ordering in the German version between character / paragraph panels and editing / creating text styles. See attached image.
  3. Here is an easy recipe crashing APu: 1. Using the Edit button on a linked image file. 2. Switching to Photo Persona. 3. Doing the edits. 4. Closing the tab with the upright X. Save after the warning that the file is modified. Result: APu crashes to the desktop 4. Alternative: Save the file and then close the tab. Result: APu does not crash. In the end I think I (probably) found the reason for the crash. Doing the recipe with the linked file located on the desktop gave no crash. But APu crashes when the linked file is located on a drive (network drive in my case) with a path that contains special characters (in my case the German Umlaut ΓΌ).
  4. 1. Export a file with X-4. Click the More button. 2. Leave ICC Profile dropdown as is. Normally Use document profile should be pre-selected. 3. Uncheck Subset Fonts. Result: The pre-selection in the ICC profile is cleared. I made a test and the ICC profile is still kept, even when the dropdown is cleared. But this leaves me with an uneasy feeling, when not related settings will change.
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