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P: Paste in Place doesn't work correctly when copy and pasting Frames

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LEGEND ,
Mar 24, 2020 Mar 24, 2020

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I've just discovered that the fix doesn't apply to Frames. Copy a framed image from one document and paste-in-place into another and the offset is wildly wrong.

That's with selecting the frame to copy. Selecting the image rather than the frame and then pasting into a new document does paste the image with correct offsets, but of course it's no longer framed.

Photoshop 21.1.1, MacOS 10.13.6

Note: This conversation was created from a reply on: Photoshop: Paste in place shifting error.

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Adobe Employee , Jun 16, 2020 Jun 16, 2020
This issue should be fixed in the 21.2 update that went out this AM. Let us know if you're still having trouble.

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Adobe Employee ,
Mar 24, 2020 Mar 24, 2020

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Thanks. I'll have engineering take a look.

Senior Product Manager - Customer Advocacy - Digital Imaging

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LEGEND ,
Mar 25, 2020 Mar 25, 2020

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Thanks Jeffrey.

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Jun 16, 2020 Jun 16, 2020

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This issue should be fixed in the 21.2 update that went out this AM. Let us know if you're still having trouble.

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LEGEND ,
Jun 16, 2020 Jun 16, 2020

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Thanks Jeffrey, I appreciate you letting me know. I’ll test it once I’ve updated, but I won’t risk updating until I’m done with this week’s work, so probably not until after the weekend.

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LEGEND ,
Sep 18, 2020 Sep 18, 2020

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I'm having this problem now  and the "solution" which does not work - is from 3 months ago.

 

Adobe Photoshop Version: 21.2.3

 

Really need a solution. Thanks...

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LEGEND ,
Sep 20, 2020 Sep 20, 2020

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Yes, like Jonathan Ellis says, this isn’t quite solved.

 

Pasting frames behaves differently whether targeting the same document or a new document of the same dimensions.

 

When targeting the same document, the plain Paste command does paste retaining the original offsets, but Paste-in-place pastes with an offset, the opposite of the usual behaviour.

 

On the other hand, pasting into a second document has the usual behaviour: plain Paste pastes into the centre of the page and Paste in place pastes with the same offsets as the original object.

 

 

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