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"requested operation would cause one or more objects to be too small...." - Adobe Indesign Macintosh

You can also paste to illy then size it then paste back. Its a bug alright. I mentioned this as soon as adobe released this, but no one believed me....

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    Default Re:"requested operation would cause one or more objects to be too small...."

    You can also paste to illy then size it then paste back. Its a bug alright. I mentioned this as soon as adobe released this, but no one believed me.
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    chris_the_designer@adobeforums.com Guest

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    Default Re:"requested operation would cause one or more objects to be too small...."



    Watch out for single bezier dots




    I really think this is the problem. I've noticed when I copy things over from IA using a select all, that I end up with a lot of these. Usually what I do to get rid of them is reselect all the parts of the actual group copy and paste again and delete the original object pasted from IA, this seems to clean things up.

    I have seen this scale problem alot myself, but it is almost always something that I copied over from IA, so I bet that the single bezier dot is usually the culpret.
    Diane_King@adobeforums.com Guest

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    Default Re:"requested operation would cause one or more objects to be too small...."

    Yarr, I use a application called lightwave and its an inspector to tell you if there are 2point polygons or 3point or 4 etc.. you can select all the 2points and delete them, same with colours or surfaces, you just select the ones that you hate or love and delete them.

    This would be a cool feature request, along with making the nodes bigger to select to delete in the first place.
    chris_the_designer@adobeforums.com Guest

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    Default Re:"requested operation would cause one or more objects to be too small...."

    Chris, which lightwave? I only know and find the 3D application, which appears a bit overdosed as a tool to prevent this behave of InDesign.

    This would be a cool feature request




    I would welcome an inspector in InDesign for checking bezier spots, too. But to make InDesign able to scale objects even with single bezier spots would mean to delete a bug, not to add a feature, sorry.
    thomas olbrich Guest

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