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I use to import (link) in publisher pdf graphics with bleed and crop marks. Page box is set to "crop box", in order to show and print such details.

I save and close publisher file.

If i modify the linked PDF file, and re-open the publisher file, the resource manager warn about the change: running the "update" i get new version

of PDF resource, but the result is that the linked resource is now bigger: the "trim box" is expanded to dimensions of the old "crop box".

How can i keep same dimensions updating resources? Is it a bug?




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Hi Riccardo,

welcome to the forums :)

Please could you provide a screen recording demonstrating this problem?



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Hi, thank you for answer.

I attached a print screen of file. First column updated attachment and expanded dimensions to crop-box.

Now i have first column items sized to 30mm, instead of 25 mm (blue file)

I saw that in some other files the software open up the file, the attachment are over-sized, and then begin a resizing process to bring right dimensions to items. In Yellow file you can see print screen when process  is going on. But sometimes not all items are fixed...




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