Preserve positioning data when pasting graphic from one frame to another
When I copy an image from one frame and paste it into another, I expect this action to preserve two sets of attributes: scaling factor and positioning data.
I get one out of two (scaling).
No offense, but QuarkXPress could do both back in 1990.
Why does this matter? Imagine a layout with a horizontal row of head shots, each in a separate frame of the same shape and size. Client says, "Oh, please move photo 3 to frame 10, and scoot everyone else up one frame."
I don't have to imagine this situation, as I'm currently working on a project with four spreads just like that, for a total of 60 images. Moving one image as described above is a lengthy process of copying and pasting (or trying to remember and type in) a whole bunch of x/y coordinates from one box to another.
I've looked for scripts to automate the process and come up empty handed.
This is so far beyond basic from a production standpoint that I really shouldn't have to explain why.