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    Fredde commented  · 

    I just double clicked on the compound path and set each child to 0. It's not a fix either since I'm rotating each Compoundpath childs individually and will end up with a slightly different Compoundpath.

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    Fredde commented  · 

    Another thing I noticed. If I go into the Faulty Compound Path and set the two paths inside it rotation to "0". Then the bounding box behaves normally again.

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    Fredde commented  · 

    I don't know if this means anything at all but the two objects have different rotational data if you look at the compound path itself, and the two objects inside it.

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    Fredde commented  · 

    I'd love getting a comment from adobe on why? It's been years and this is still bugging me. What's irritating is that it feels like an easy fix, but I might be wrong about that.

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    Fredde commented  · 

    It's so strange. Export for screens are the only option for exporting DPI under 72, but there is no RGB convertion... ok I'll use regular export then.. Now you can use RGB conversion buuuuut you can't go under 72dpi... why... why set at lmit at 72?... why leave out RGB conversion for "export for screens" when there are only RGB screens.

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