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    MarkT commented  · 

    I vote for a better fix to this, meantime however, there is another useful work around here:
    https://dviz.me/guides-disappear-1c688
    Especially useful for me is this little trick found way down in that post: place guides on a separate layer, and turn off "preview" for that layer.

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    MarkT commented  · 

    Why canvas scale cannot be specified slightly less bounded, I do not understand.

    Being that vector illustrations are infinitely scalable with no resource impact – what's the difference in a virtual canvas size is that is 200 inches or 200 feet? I do both grand format graphic work as well as architectural work, and this is a difficult constraint. As is obvious here by the comments, the ratio:scaling workaround is barely adequate, and cause for extra work and a big wide open door for mistakes.

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