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Cannot unpin text frame, or move pin location in Publisher Beta on Win11Pro


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I'm running Publisher 2.1.0.1706 on Windows 11 Pro.

When you pin a text frame to a word in another text frame, you cannot unpin the second frame, and you cannot move the pin location. It is easy to reproduce: Create a new document, insert text frame and add some text, create a second frame and pin it to a word in the first frame. You now cannot move or remove the pin. I've tried with the "Float with text" toolbar button, and with the Pinning window. I have a document where I have pinned a multi-column text frame, and every time I click the Unpin button in the Pinning window, the font size of the pinned frame increase, as do the column insets and gutter size, but I could not reproduce that behavior in a simple example.

This bug is not present in 2.04.

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28 minutes ago, gboothjr said:

I placed a picture frame in publisher 2.1.0.1709 and pinned it to a character but could not move the pin to a different character and could not undo the pin using the pinning panel.

Hi @gboothjr and welcome to the forums. In the 1709 beta, you cannot move or delete a pinned object of any type. Jon has stated that is logged so it should be fixed in an upcoming beta.

Download a free manual for Publisher 2.3 from this forum - expanded 260-page PDF

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The issue "Can't Unpin" (REF: AFB-7248 ) has been fixed by the developers in internal build 2.1.0.1713
This fix should soon be available as a customer beta and is planned for inclusion in the next customer release.
Customer beta builds are announced here and you can participate by following these instructions.
If you still experience this problem once you are using that build version (or later) please reply to this thread including @Serif Info Bot to notify us.

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