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  1. I'm having the same problem, but with a much smaller document. I can open and save the document as long as I don't make any changes to it. As soon as I make changes, I get this error message (screen cap attached), "Save failed due to an internal error. This should be reported to the development team." I have moved the document several times between Dropbox and the internal SSD on my MacBook Air, but with the same results. It seems to be just with this document. I removed an attached .jpg image, but no change. I created a new document and imported the styles from the problem document, but was able to save it without a problem. I've attached a zipped file of the document. My MacBook Air is a 13-inch, 2017 with a 2.2 GHz Dual-Core Intel Core I& processor, 8 GB of 1600 MHz DDR3 RAM and Intel HD Graphics 6000 graphics card with 1536 MB of memory. I'm running macOS Catalina 10.15.7 and Affinity Publisher ver 1.8.6 (same with Affinity Photo & Designer). 2020_Christmas_Letter.afpub.zip
  2. In InDesign there is a function to place a rule (line) above and/or below text. One can adjust the line up or down in relation to the text. The function is available as a character trait, so in the case of equations, I could create a rule (line) below the numerator (top number) and adjust it to be centered vertically between the numerator and denominator of the equation. Publisher has similar styles called line above and line below, but they are both paragraph level—not character level—styles. Is there a way to modify them to work just on selected characters instead of on the whole paragraph? I've searched the fora and YouTube videos and haven't found any help. Thanks in advance for your feedback!
  3. Just another data point for this discussion. I have the same problem and solution as Thomas Schneider. My camera is a Canon T6i. I'm running macOS High Sierra 10.13.5 and Affinity Photo 1.6.7. Raw HDR images open tiled using the Apple (Core Image RAW) engine, just like Thomas Schneider's did. When I changed to the Serif engine, the photos opened correctly. And, yes, the files open correctly when imported into Apple Photos.
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