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Clip To Canvas Needs to Control Background Color

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It's common when building and remodeling complex documents for a client that numerous bits and pieces related to that client are stored on the "artboard" (ID) or Background (APub), off the canvas/publication. These elements can be moved around, copied/pasted elsewhere and generally stored as "stock" items for a company's publications. Also allows trying out various elements for a particular spot.

Currently in APub you have to set the background grey light enough so that you can see blocks of normal/black text, etc. However, it would be really nice when you do the Clip To Canvas (\) that the background would go dark/darker as in ID when switching between Normal and Preview. Would just dress it up a bit. And would also probably make more sense to call it a Preview mode rather than a Clip to Canvas. What designers want is a Preview check as they build the document.



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