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  1. 1. Greying out completed actions; for example, when I rasterize an image there is no visual indication that this has occured, usually when an action likke this has been clicked, the letters would be greyed out in many software attributes, showing that either something is not possible, or, as in this case, the action has been completed on this paricular selection. 2. I tried, but it was impossible to capture a screen shot demonstrating the issue. Moving the left text box with the arrow keys I have a visual distance displayed between the end of the text box and the centre page, in this case 0.6 cm, now moving the right text box on the black background the figures are un-readable despite enlarging to 400%. Is there any hope of being able to adjust this?
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