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  1. Hi. just joined the affinity club using Affinity published v2 . i ran into a small challenge rearranging my objects without them prematurely jumping to another page "in focus", issues is, when i rearrange ex. a large image and the center of the objects boundingbox enters the next/previous page, then the object automatically jumps to that page rendering it impossible for me to place material close to the top/bottom edges, i can manage to 'nudge' it into place, but as soon as i interact with it, it recalculate it's position and auto-jump to the page it determines to be in focus. is there a way to disable the 'drag to another page/canvase" feature? is there a way to change the settings of the dragging feature, so it only jumps to another page if the mouse cursor is over that page while dragging?
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