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when I replace a linked picture in a picture frame in Publisher version the dimensions and the position of the picture in the frame are not preserved. I have to reposition the picture in the frame again. The problem did not exist in previous versions of Publisher.

If I edit and save linked images outside of Publisher I have the same problem. The positions in the Publisher picture frames are completely changed.
Tested with Tiff and JPG
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Based on the Release Notes, possibly fixed in today's beta.

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Tested today (Beta only with TIFF - The problem no longer exists .

I hope we get a stable version with the bug fixes quickly.


Edit 11.03.2021: The problem still occurs in the beta version. the beta version is not an alternative

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If you resize the picture frame (the frame only, not the content), it's wrong with TIFF: image.png.b786b51d7e71c3fefbff9af2ae740472.png

After updating in Resource manager:image.png.2b8861a67f72a8847b076a67f3f7e7cc.png

That is, the image got moved, but invisible:



Unless I double click on the image.png.cee1a59713878dcb034b6edc0fd3a3e6.pngarrows:


Then it appears in place.


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