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    Debbie Nicholas

    We encountered this issue prior to 4.6 and continue have split Gliffy diagrams. The only workaround has been to add a page break prior to the diagram. 

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    Fedor Utenkov

    Hi, Andrew!

      I do have the same problem with draw.io diagrams. ((

      I've came to create a question like yours but related to draw.io diagrams. )

      It looks like we are facing a common problem.

    Sincerelly,

    Fedor.

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    Thomas Rough (K15t)

    Hi all,

    Thanks for your posts. The aforementioned issue is actually caused by a limitation in the library that we use to generate the PDF exports. This export behaviour doesn't only occur with Gliffy diagrams, but also with similar macros such as those from Draw.io.

    You can track the related issues in our Jira system here:

    Our developers have already reached out to RealObjects who develop the PDFreactor library that we use and their newest library update looks set to resolve this export behaviour. We are currently testing this newest version, PDFreactor 10, which looks good so far. Barring any development issues, this library update will be included in one of our next upcoming Scroll PDF Exporter releases.

    I hope this information helps.

    Cheers, Thomas (K15t)

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    Andrew Lindsay

    Hi Thomas,

    Thanks for the update and glad to hear the team is working on it.

    I'll watch the issue and look forward to the next release.

    Cheers, Andrew

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