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  1. The problems I have with that are: there's no way to set the B&N tabstop by eye (which is how I like to work) and I don't see why B&N can't just work with the text ruler tabstop. Where's the advantage to it being a specific setting? As a workaround, the tabstop could be set by eye or clicking on it could bring up a field for entering the precise position. Anyway, I thought it was a bug, but it turns out they like it that way. So I'll adapt.
  2. Because both settings control where the text is indented. Hence they should be the same.
  3. As shown in the attached image, I created a bullet style and adjusted the tab stop to where I was satisfied. But the first line of text kept indenting to what I later learned was the tabstop setting in the Bullets and Numbering panel of Paragraph. Am I missing something subtle or is it a bug? Because it seems like the B&N tabstop should be the same as what I set with the ruler tabstop.
  4. Update: Following advice from this topic (Thanks all!), I requested a refund from Apple, and received it today.
  5. As I recall, webp exporting was tentatively scheduled for 1.9. I didn't see it in the beta, so is it going to be in 1.10?
  6. Actually, I haven't contacted the App store because SFurniss gave me the affinityreturns@serif.com address. I emailed it and got an auto-response. Are you saying they're not likely to refund the purchase and that I have to contact the App store?
  7. I didn't know that's how it works. Thanks for the explanation. Part of the problem is that the App store is so flaky. You download software and pay for the pro version. Next time you download it you get the basic version, so you have to click on the buy button, at which point it tells you that you've paid for the pro version and downloads that. That's what threw me, because I expected the store to download the version I'd already bought, not realizing I must have bought it at Serif's store. Anyway, they're giving me a refund, so all's well that ends better.
  8. Hmmm. Why would that be a separate purchase? I mean, if I buy it from the Serif Store or the App Store, it's all registered to me, so it shouldn't matter. I hope they'll refund the money.
  9. I already have a license for Publisher, but after doing a clean install of MacOS High Sierra, I was charged for Publisher (not Designer or Photo). Please fix this. Thanks, Chris
  10. I need to get glasses, because when you suggested this earlier, I missed the S in the P and T panel and tried clicking on the S in Typography instead, which didn't work. Now that I've found the S it does exactly what I need.
  11. Thanks, that's the workaround I'm using too. I created a character style with the font, size, and baseline I needed for superscripting. Of course it's only good for that font and size, but it works.
  12. I understand their reasoning, but it's flawed, otherwise the top apps in the industry wouldn't be using faux characters to annoy their users' customers. For purists with lots of time on their hands, I'm sure they admire Affinity's stance on this. Those of us with deadlines to meet...not so much.
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