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  1. If I want to remove text styles, I have the following two options, among others: In the Text Styles panel, I select "[No Style]". The text will be reset to the default formatting. I select the command "Separate paragraphs from '...'" from the options menu of the Text Styles panel. This command does the same as number 1. But actually the text should keep its formatting. Instead, the text is also reset to the default formatting. So both variants do exactly the same.
  2. That's what I'm talking about. So it doesn't work for you either. I mean "autocorrect," not "spell-check as you type." It's about the correction table (Edit/Settings -> Autocorrect). For me, the number "2019" is also marked as an error, which is wrong. It looks like every number with more than two digits is marked as wrong. So we discovered two errors altogether! Together we are strong
  3. Thank you, @Joachim_L. I'm sorry I missed that. It works with @Joachim_L's workaround. I suspect that this is not intended and that importing will also work with closed documents in the future. Maybe one can unite these two threads.
  4. If I want to import text styles from another APub document, the program crashes. The import dialog box appears for a moment, then the program closes without a message.
  5. So if you write the word "änlich", it will be replaced by the word "ähnlich". Right? On the other hand, it works for me with numbers: From 2/3 is made with me ½. That is quite strange!
  6. The "Spell check" command only makes sense to me with a shortcut. And I agree with @carl123: The menu commands should be reconsidered (not only for novices).
  7. I have the impression that the autocorrection does not work for words with special characters and umlauts. Possibly this is only the case in the German version?!
  8. Thanks for the explanation, @Aammppaa! The (German) Help states that the upper tab stops are right-justified. Because the lower tab stops can also be right-aligned, it didn't make sense to me. You explained it well, and I think it's a very useful functionality
  9. When I create tab stops using the Text Ruler, there are two ways to arrange them vertically: I haven't figured out what the difference is yet. Does anyone know more? The help doesn't make me smarter either. Both variants are left-justified as standard.
  10. It will be more a question of customs and taxes.
  11. I agree with you, especially since it's not limited to PNG. I am glad that it works at all. But if I hide all layers (except one) of a placed psd- or afphoto file in APub, I expect that the transparencies of this one layer will be recognized. Even better would be a popup menu in the Text Wrap dialog box, where you can select the appropriate alpha channel or a path. Finally, there may also be several transparent layers and/or several alpha channels.
  12. Thank you @dominik. I think I know now what's wrong here. APub apparently only recognizes transparency if there is only one layer. You unconsciously make sure of that by exporting the image to PNG. In multi-layer images, transparencies are not recognized. This is bad!
  13. No @dominik, that doesn't work with me unfortunately. Are you sure that you have not already created a break contour in APub? If necessary, press the "Reset break contour" button beforehand. Kannst Du das visualisieren oder das Dokument posten?
  14. Of course, that's the way to go. It's about the following things: If you already have selections and/or transparent areas in an image editing program, you don't have to do that again in APub. In an image editing program you usually have better possibilities to cut out objects. The transparency information is part of the image. They are available after each placement in the layout. However, if you make the path directly in the layout, this path is unique, and you may have to repeat the work several times.
  15. This is an example from InDesign. There I placed a psd file. InDesign can interpret the transparency of the cut sheet (clipping path options). In addition, I have defined an offset. The shadows have no influence. You shouldn't look at this too mathematically. Many things influence the result, such as word lengths and hyphenation rules. In addition, the paragraph orientation (here justification) has an influence on the result. The concrete example was also not important for me. What is important is that this possibility exists in InDesign. I think that would be a very useful functionality in APub. Often transparency and channels have already been created during image processing. It would be nice if you could also use them during layout.
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