FileMaker (14) FMPA, at least, does not respect page boundaries in a layout when exporting to PDF. Thus, when opening a PDF with graphs, for example, it's routine to see that the graph is split right down the middle, horizontally, across two pages!
So, FileMaker dumps this trial-and-error exercise in my lap to try and see how to get the proper PDF output - even when, now, the layout page boundaries have no relation to the page boundaries of the PDF output file. That guessing, trial-and-error, work that FMP should be doing internally takes me quite a while and is frustrating ("why should I be doing this and not the software?!"). And, the next time I modify the layout, I have to start the time-consuming trial-and-error PDF export all over - multiple attempts.
I'm sure you would agree that for "freeware" this buggy export behavior would be OK, but not for a multi-hundred dollar database product that's been around for 30+ years, right?
Therefore please fix this software so if I have a graph, or other object that's inside the page boundaries of a layout, that these objects properly export within the PDF (in this case) page boundaries and not split across pages.