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Jumping elements (off-page)

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Normally a copied and pasted element which is on a page stays at the same coordinates as the original. If you copy and paste an element which is off-page, the pasted elements jumps to the left. Same behaviour in AD 1.8.0.585.

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Bit late getting round to this but it seems alright for me now, do you still get this in 1.8.3?


Serif Europe Ltd. - www.serif.com

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Sorry, still jumping in 1.8.3.627.

P.S.: Depending on the zoom the jumps differ. If you zoom close to the element, the hop is quite small. If you zoom out, the pasted element jumps horizontally centered on the page.

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Seems to be alright for me at different zoom levels, might be misunderstanding though. Any chance of a short video? 


Serif Europe Ltd. - www.serif.com

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40 minutes ago, Jon P said:

Any chance of a short video?

Unfortunately not, maybe later at home. Anyway here a small graphic. I moved the copied original element a bit higher to show what happens at 400% zoom and at 100% zoom. Don't spend too much time on this, probably I am the only one who has a problem with this. To avoid trouble, I get the results with Ctrl+C+Ctrl+V. With Ctrl+J the rectangle stays in place.

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