If you are using OS X you could open Preview after the copy, then Command N for new file (it will be based upon the copy) then save as jpg or pdf. Then insert that file and try the inline setup.
Sometimes "copy" creates strong things.
What do you see in GetContainerAttribute ( yourContainer ; "all" ) ?
however ... i am using Win (7), and this is supposed to be a fully automated (and lean) process as this is part of a weekly email-blast, a solution that requires so much manual work is not doable i'm afraid.
Any other suggestions?
I thought it could be some incorrect information about size or DPI of the image. Are they correct? 900x638 means it is landscape.
Do you have larger size of container field in the layout? (I don't think it is matter for the plug-in, but)
Do you use HiDPI monitor?
Landscape is correct in the sense that i scripted 'print setup' to use an A4-landscape size.
What should i verify re 'size and DPI of the image' ?
The container-field has been set to 'resize-to-fit' hence it shows the full (miniaturized) picture. Does it matter that it doesn't have the same size as what i want to show in the email?
many thanks for your ongoing engagement,
hi user 19752,
i am on a Win platform all the time (copy and past and generate emails with 360Works).
The 'copy' is done in FM.
hope this helps,