Copy pasting not good, use linking instead.
Save the pie as an AI file and on its on artboard. I'm guessing you already have that.
Drag the AI file into the INDD document, which creates a live link of the AI file, without actually dumping the artwork into the INDD document.
The same result is achieved by using the File → Place command to link external files ...
If you have made a selection, pressed Ctrl+C and Ctrl+V and a new layer appeared, the selected area is duplicated in the new layer. It's exactly the same as the original and in the same place, so the image is unchanged. Take the Move tool and move the copy to the wanted place.
Be sure you have the new layer selected in the layers panel before you use the ...
I had this issue too on a diagram in InDesign I was trying to scale down. Turns out the problem was the scaling of the arrows (some kind of InDesign bug?).
I solved this by selecting "none" for the Start and End arrowheads in the stroke panel. Then I scaled down the diagram and applied the arrowheads again where necessary.
Finally found that you can make a selection with the related tool (dashed line) then paste to make image appear wherever you want.
Edit : Looking back to this it's related to Artboard feature. With multiples artboards it will be pasted in the middle of active artboard otherwise in the middle of the viewed working space.
I know you already checked, but there is one reason for this and you guessed it: something does actually exist there outside the green object. I suggest you do a Ctrl+A in InDesign and see if the selection box only includes the green object and whatever is inside. My guess is this will reveal you have a hanging tiny object outside the green object. If that ...
I think it's default behaviour
The only possible reason as i think must be again photoshop pixel characteristic vs illustrators vector characteristic.
so the steps i followed was changing dpi and images etc and i figured out that whenever you embed physical file it always embedded with scaling of 100% while same file opened in photoshop and when pasted it ...
A solution that worked perfectly for me (Windows/Corel Draw). May be adaptable to Illustrator:
From within Excel, Save as Type: PDF (near the bottom of the list of file types). Using the print dialog to print as Adobe or Microsoft PDF doesn't work very well.
Open PDF in Corel Draw.
Note that lines are rendered as lines and not filled objects. This makes ...
I found an easy solution to this! Copy and paste the graph into InDesign first. Then Cmd + C + Ragain from InDesign and paste into Illustrator.
The graph will have all the correct text and is fully editable.
Can't reproduce. You may have some other application interfering (clipboard manager, security software...)
But there are easier/faster ways to insert images in your current project that don't involve the clipboard. You can either:
Drag/drop the image file from your explorer to the canvas of the image you are working on
Drag/drop the image file from your ...
Here's an old solution I found that might work:
Right click on the image and select "Copy image link".
Then in Photoshop, while a document is open, go to File-Place Embedded.
When the dialog box opens place the link in the file name and click on Place.
The image should open as a smart object.
Here's the workspace on a png I just copied:
Take your screenshot. Note in Windows screenshots are 96ppi by default
Open the screenshot in Photoshop, do Image > Image Size. Set PPI to 72, disable the Resample option. If the image is already 72ppi you can skip the Photoshop steps.
Save the image as PNG
Open Illustrator, create a new document, choosing one of the Web presets. This will ensure Align ...
It has something to do with the way that Microsoft encodes their text. I think it's intentionally done to corrupt it sometimes.
The easiest way I have found around it is the save the Excel graph out as a PDF.
Open the PDF in Acrobat, save as an EPS (Encapsulated PostScript) file, and have the settings set to convert fonts to outlines.
Unfortunately, it ...
There is no way to prevent this behaviour by default, and I have never found it helpful or intuitive.
Using Shift + Ctrl + V (paste in place) is the most reliable way to avoid problems.
Alternatively, you can:
Create a pixel-perfect bounding box around your artwork.
Group the box and your artwork.
Copy and paste the group.
Manually delete any fractional ...
I have found groups are more useful for organising content, rather than using layers in Inkscape. To group objects, select them and hit Ctrl+G.
Also the Objects panel is much more useful than the layers panel for seeing how everything is arranged/constructed. You can enable it by clicking Object > Objects.
Here's an example below. You can select a group, ...
According to the web page for Krita, it is a raster editor program. Inkscape is a vector editor program and the two files are of different construction/composition.
You can, however, export your work as a PNG and select the entire document or individual components to be saved. PNG is a raster format and will be accepted by Krita.
The PNG export is in the ...
Collected from comments:
Ctrl+V affects in questioner's Krita version differently than in earlier versions. It pastes at the cursor position. Ctrl+Alt+V pastes in the middle of the image. Corners fit as wanted if the pasted layer has same pixel dimensions than the image canvas.
If the pasted layer is smaller it can be placed perfectly to a corner with the ...
I'm not sure changing PPI would matter. But it's strange, it's almost like you are working in... megapixels??? Test it out on blank documents and try again, if it's still giving you issues reinstall. I just had a bug last week where my illustrator snap to pixel grid worked fine, but the visual lines themselves were rotated 1 degree counterclockwise. nothing ...