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  1. My primary use of Publisher would be to design scientific figures/posters. For the most part, this involves arranging plots and graphs generated externally. The catch is this: these plots/graphs will be updated (e.g. by rerunning the code that generated them) quite frequently. I did find the setting in the preferences to auto-update linked resources but AFAIK I still have to manually switch each image to "link" via the Resource manager. Having the option to import images as links by default (could be a document- or program-wide setting) would be really helpful. This a very common workflow in science and having this functionality would make Publisher very attractive for a lot of labs. Thanks & Keep up the good work! Philipp
  2. Hi , another question, or suggestion from my students. I was asked, if there´s a way, to easy right click or script for example, to get an option to export a chosen layer or group to get converted to an embedded object. At the moment as far as i know there´s only the possibility to place a document as an embedded file. but it also would be good in some cases to be able to convert an existing layer to an embedded object. thanks again for any answer.. Tom
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