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    [Fixed] Command-C exits

    Are you using the last update .384? No more crashes for me with that one.
  2. Hi garrettm30, thank you for taking the time to test. I'm disoriented… All the needed fonts are on my system I thought this was enough to properly import a pdf. I don't understand why some symbols are moved.
  3. Hi, I know currently Affinity apps don't support embedded fonts. However I tried to import a pdf document (a musical score) having all the fonts but Publisher returns alterations in the positions of the accidentals (see the file). Moreover same result with Designer. I tried some random attempts to fix it and eventually Publisher returned the unaltered content with a pdf before exported as B&W with Apple Preview. I have no idea why the original pdf (produced by Finale software, a standard in music notation) was altered and why the one passed through the filter remains unchanged instead. However I think it is the case to put it to the attention of the developers (attached all the files for a test). Thanks Matteo osX 10.14.5 / Affinity Publisher 1.7.0.376 TestImportPdf.afpub Rolla_Concerto_Partitura pagina 2.pdf Rolla_Concerto_PartituraB&W.pdf
  4. Hi, with the latest beta v. .376, a definitive crash occurs simply copying a text to which a paragraph style has been applied (Mojave 10.14.5). Steps: 1. create a text frame 2. instert a text 3. apply a paragraph style (the crash doesn’t occur if a character style has been applied) 4. select the text 5. CMD+C == instant crash Thanks for the attention. Matteo Crash_CopyText
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