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  1. When working in a 300dpi document (or any resolution document for that matter), if I copy any object and go to File - New From Clipboard, the newly created document is at 96dpi. Surely this should also be at 300dpi, or mimic the resolution from the document is was copied from? Just putting this out there.
  2. So I found an interesting bug the hard way – after printing some vinyl at the wrong size (56” instead of 18”). I had a logo in a file sized to the correct size (18” long). There was a bunch of other stuff in the file I didn’t need, so I copied it. I hit “New from Clipboard” thinking it would have the same scale. Instead it created a file 56” wide, which I didn’t notice until the vinyl arrived back 4½ feet long. I assume that’s not expected behaviour.
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