When I do a drawing in ChemDraw 19 with substitution count of either 'exact' or 'up to' and then a number from 0-4, then save as .mol file, it gets written as a M SUB record (as I'd expect) but the values are always written out as '6' which is of course wrong (6 means 6 or more substitutions).
This can be clearly seen by simply reading the mol file back into chemdraw and everything becomes 'x6'. I understand the warning says saving as .mol file may lose some data, but there is a direct correlation here between, for example 'Exact: 2' should lead to a '2' not a '6' in the M SUB line.
Please confirm that this is a bug, and can be fixed?
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