Having it not duplicate the page is not that big a deal, I was making a page with just a grass background thinking I could use it as a base to duplicate for other pages set in the outdoors. Not a big deal, my real issue is the wording. Duplicate is a word in the English language with a very well understood meaning. That meaning is "a copy exactly like an original", "to make an exact copy of" or "to do or perform again". And this was pointed out to Roll20 by others way back in the dark ages and ignored when the fix is so simple and would take 30 seconds. Just use the proper words to describe what the button does. Newbies like myself should not be sitting there wondering why it doesn't do what the tooltip says it does and thinking it is broken, then wasting time searching the internet to try and find out what they are doing wrong to finally find out the developers don't know what the word duplicate means, and to then find out that they do know and just don't care that the tooltip is wrong and misleading and have left it for years and years. It's a 30-second fix.