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Paste In Place, and Paste In Front, and Paste in back is offset

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Hello, I am having a weird issue, illustrator has been working fine up until about a week ago, where when I use Ctrl-Shift-V, Ctrl-F, or Ctrl-B sometimes the object is pasted as if I had just pasted normally, offset and to the lower right of the current selection. This is normally not a big deal but when running some setup scripts for artwork printing/cutting, it can offset a multi-panel artwork in clipping masks, making the process have to be repeated until it works.

 

Is there a setting I can check? I have reset preferences, and re-installed illustrator already hoping to have the issue sorted but it persists. and I have re-set the ruler center point, set to artboard and global rulers, no change in the issue. 

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Paste In Place, and Paste In Front, and Paste in back is offset

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Hello, I am having a weird issue, illustrator has been working fine up until about a week ago, where when I use Ctrl-Shift-V, Ctrl-F, or Ctrl-B sometimes the object is pasted as if I had just pasted normally, offset and to the lower right of the current selection. This is normally not a big deal but when running some setup scripts for artwork printing/cutting, it can offset a multi-panel artwork in clipping masks, making the process have to be repeated until it works.

 

Is there a setting I can check? I have reset preferences, and re-installed illustrator already hoping to have the issue sorted but it persists. and I have re-set the ruler center point, set to artboard and global rulers, no change in the issue. 

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Hi. Those commands paste the element keeping the original position. Your problem is the position of the pasted element is different from the original position?

 

Marlon Ceballos.

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Yes sir, when using those functions the position is different than the original position.

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