When I annotate a file and then duplicate the file and try to annotate the new duplicate, I’m taken back to the annotation document linked to the original.
For example, I add an annotation to “xx_v3.doc” which is “xx_v3.doc (annotation)” - then I duplicate “xx_v3.doc” and change the name of the duplicate to “xx_v4.doc.” When I try to annotate “xx_v4.doc” I’m taken back to the file “xx_v3.doc (annotation)” which is linked to the original document, rather than making a new file called “xx_v4.doc (annotation)” linked to the new document.
Is this the expected behavior? If so, is there a way to turn it off, so that new duplicated files are given their own annotation file? I understand that replicated files would necessarily have the same annotation file - but duplicates should be separate entities, per my understanding, and I’d like them to have separate annotation files.