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PostPosted: Wed Dec 04, 2013 2:25 am 
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I've been noticing two issues occurring with the PrintUI flash runtime. Mostly occurring after a job has been saved/closed and then reopened to edit the design.

The imagePpiLimit doesn't seem to be enforced for images that were uploaded in a previous session. I am able to enlarge previously uploaded images well beyond the minimum PPI that is set. The minimum PPI setting is enforced for new images but again if the job is closed and reopened, it is not enforced for any previous images.

When a job is edited and only certain minor changes are made (like resizing an image, moving an image, changing a fill color) the changes are not getting saved. If I combine resizing an image with adding some text, the edits do get saved properly.


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PostPosted: Thu Dec 12, 2013 7:25 am 
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Hi Matt,

The failure to enforce the ppi limit on jobs that are reloaded is likely an oversight in our implementation. Thanks for mentioning it. We will look into that.

As far as small changes not being saved, that should not be happening. There was a bug about a month ago which could have caused that, but it has since been addressed. Let's discuss this further off-line so we can find the problem.

Harbs


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