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  1. Callum, I appreciate your showing how to do that. I see many uses for this automatic renumbering of text. Thanks for your video. Eric
  2. To the best of my understanding, I understood and understand both settings. They aren't working as expected - i.e., on my machine with this file they are not working as you describe. That's why I would like to privately send a file to the devs. If there were an easy way to insert Lorem Ipsum in the entire document with various width letters randomly replacing letters of similar width (so the general "size" of the text remained similar), I'd do that and upload a sample file. (Nisus Writer Pro for Mac has a nice macro to anonymize text that way for submitting to support; love it!). I'll await the devs. Or the next beta.
  3. @A_B_C, Thank you for your help. I wasn't sure where I was supposed to post the bug report. I understand now. I have re-posted it in a New Topic over there. ETC
  4. Possible bug: As it is now in the Release Version (1.7.3) and the Beta (1.8.0.502) if you have Paragraph > Flow Options > "Justify Vertically" turned on and the text flows from text frame 1 to text frame 2 and you would have an orphan without "Prevent widowed last lines", the text at the bottom of the first text frame does not go to the bottom as it should to be "justified vertically." If you shut off "Prevent widowed last lines", the text is justified vertically as it should be, but now you've got a widowed last line at the top of the next text frame. I don't want to put the file up publicly, but I'd be happy to share it with developers. Is there an address to which I could send a link so the developers only can download the file and check it? Or maybe they can just duplicate the problem themselves without my file.
  5. I found what I think is a bug in Affinity Publisher beta 1.8.0.502. This is from my first post to this forum: Probably that wasn't the right place to post. Sorry. Possible bug: As it is now in the Release Version (1.7.3) and the Beta (1.8.0.502) if you have Paragraph > Flow > "Justify Vertically" turned on and the text flows from text frame 1 to text frame 2 and you would have an orphan without "Prevent widowed last lines", the text at the bottom of the first text frame does not go to the bottom as it should to be "justified vertically." If you shut off "Prevent widowed last lines", the text is justified vertically as it should be, but now you've got a widowed last line at the top of the next text frame. I don't want to put the file up publicly, but I'd be happy to share it with developers. Is there an address to which I could send a link so the developers only can download the file and check it? Or maybe they can just duplicate the problem themselves without my file.
  6. Because it deals with widow-orphan issues, I thought the fixing of the bug mentioned below (which according to a post above is fixed in Beta 1.8.0.499) would have fixed the issue I found, but it did not. I just downloaded the Beta 1.8.0.502 and launched it. The file I had problems with still has problems. My problem: As it is now in the Release Version (1.7.3) and the Beta (1.8.0.502) if you have Paragraph > Flow > "Justify Vertically" turned on and the text flows from text frame 1 to text frame 2 and you would have an orphan without "Prevent widowed last lines", the text at the bottom of the first text frame does not go to the bottom as it should to be "justified vertically." If you shut off "Prevent widowed last lines", the text is justified vertically as it should be, but now you've got a widowed last line at the top of the next text frame. I don't want to put the file up publicly, but I'd be happy to share it with developers. Is there an address to which I could send a link so the developers only can download the file and check it? Or maybe they can just duplicate the problem themselves without my file.
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