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Hi all!

I really like the 'copy and paste as ...' feature - I use it like a 'master object' type of thing like I think most people do.

But strangely, the object that I paste as PDF is bigger than the original object.
It seems like a transparent margin of two pixels on each side is added.
As I like to work with grids and aligning the elements, this somehow disturbs me as all 'master objects' are shifted by two pixels.

Can I change this somehow?

Best,
raberaucht
 
Sorry for the bump, but well... this is chief amongst the several aggravating thorns in the side of my OmniGraffle workflow. :-/

It dovetails with the lack of a keyboard shortcut for “Align to Grid” and “Smart Alignment Guides”, making for even more extraneous mousing around menus when working with these PDF Linkback elements.

Any further word on this, perhaps from an admin?

Cheers!
Michael
 
If you want to be sure of getting a response (or your feature request or bug report logged), send the question to Omni directly. omnigraffle@omnigroup.com

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