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Converting cropped image to picture frame

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1. Place an image.

2. Crop it a little bit, with the Crop Tool.

3. Convert to Picture Frame.

Expected: Image stays in place.

Result: Image is moved and the Picture Frame contains a Constraints Group. I tried many things with the Constraints, but I never managed to have the image stay at place. O.o

convert-to-picture-frame.jpg


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Windows 10 | i5-8500 CPU | Intel UHD 630 Graphics | 8 GB RAM | Latest Retail and Beta versions of complete Affinity range installed

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The movement of the content of the converted picture frame is actually based on the coordinates of the originally placed image.

Example: Place an image at x = 10 mm, y = 10 mm. Make a negative crop to x = 0 mm and y = 0 mm. Convert the image to a picture frame. Now the content of the picture frame is moved by 10 mm down and 10 mm right. Now imagine what happens when the coordinates of the image are x = 200 mm, y = 200 mm.


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Windows 10 | i5-8500 CPU | Intel UHD 630 Graphics | 8 GB RAM | Latest Retail and Beta versions of complete Affinity range installed

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Thanks for the file, didn't take me long to reproduce, I've logged it (or re-opened the previous issue, as this came up during the beta)

 

 


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