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  1. I'm having an issue with compound objects and I use this feature a lot. It's easy to replicate. Create a document 7" x 10" (size is immaterial) Create a rounded rectangle to fill the document size and give it an absolute corner radius of .5 inches Create another rounded rectangle inside the first one with an absolute corner radius of .35 inches. Compound the shapes and use the subtract operation Change the document size to 10" x 14" and make sure that you rescale your objects. zoom in to a corner and select the rectangles in your layers panel. As you can see, the corner shows that it was rescaled but the display does not reflect this. Also, if you export the image, it gets exported incorrectly as well. If you deselect the compound from the layer panel and then re-select it, the corner gets corrected. This is a problem for me because I have to deselect my compound shapes and turn them back on every time that I resize an image.
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