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Rendering problems on image frames

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Hello,

I made a simple page design for printing 8 small images on an A4 page. I added some guides for cutting and some text on every image. Every image are put into an image frame. I load the same image on every image frame. I created a total of 5 pages like this. Once everything seems correct i saved the Publisher file.

The problem comes now when I open the project again. So randomly, some images are not rendered correctly, I just see a blurry image. To fix this, I have to replace the image on the frames affected, and then I save the file again. The problem is that, everytime I open the file I get the same issue, some images at random places are not rendered correctly.

How can I fix that file ? Maybe the file is corrupted some way? Sometimes, the file is opened correctly, but most of the time I get the issue.

Regards.

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Hello, thanks for answering. I forgot to enable 'Notify' for this thread , sorry.

No, the images are local and embedded.

I have upgraded to v.1.8, and re-saved the file, It still happens, but a lesser extent.

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Hi, I am also having this problem. I have a 10 page document, which has multiple images on each page, and when I load the file, some of the images never seem to fully load. Sometimes some of the images will be blurry, but the go to normal after a moment. Some never do. When I experimented with exporting the document as a pdf, the same image is blurry. I don't know if it is of note, but I have been reusing some of the same images with different parts cropped in this document.

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I have found that going into the resource manager and replacing the images with themselves will temporarily solve the issue, but I have to go through the whole document and make sure every image is displaying properly.

I am using 1.8.2.620 version.

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