Change in Arc Position as Trainer Gains Levels

I trained a Pidgeot to nearly full completion of its arc (~90%) and then stopped training for a while due to a lack of stardust and the game saying my trainer level wasn’t high enough. While collecting more dust, I gained at least four levels (the minimum four were due to a powerleveling push with a lucky egg). I then when to check on my Pidgeot again to see if I could power it up further, and its position on the arc now lines up around three-quarters (75%) of arc completion. The stardust/candies cost for the next power-up hasn’t changed.

I know this is an odd question, but has anyone noticed the CP range that the arc is supposed to indicate a pokemon can train through move or change due to gains in trainer level?

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    If you train your Pokémon high enough, it will get to the stage where you will get a notification saying

    “Trainer is not a high enough level to train this Pokémon”

    meaning that the Pokémon has reached it’s max CP for your current Trainer level. The CP meter may not be 100% full, but it is at a stage where the increase in CP will exceed this meter. Eg. Training a Pokémon raises the CP by 20, and the meter is at 85/100.

    Raising your Trainer level will increase this meter, allowing you to train your Pokémon to a higher level.

    Yes, raising your trainer level increases the max CP that you can train a Pokemon to.

    Pokemon have a hidden level stat. The arc is a ratio between the Pokemon’s hidden level vs the maximum level.

    When you as a trainer level up, the maximum level for that Pokemon increases; thus lowering your ratio, and lowering the arc’s position.

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