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  1. It's just a new document with generic A4 settings. Issue happens every new document. It's just a freshly created text box with filler text, no style applied; arial font, regular, 12pt. Doesn't seem to matter if you adjust the wrap outline before or after the text is inserted. Running Publisher 1.7.3 on Mojave. Example file attached. text wrap.afpub
  2. Brand new document; see screenshots. Am I missing something? I've seen a few previous posts on this issue (and it seemed that there was some issue with the Ignore Text Wrappings setting) but they were for the BETA last year and from the posts it seemed like it had been fixed? Changing to 'Largest Side' and adjusting the Distance from Text doesn't seem to do anything. Any ideas? Edit: The first picture is the actual text frame, the second picture is of the wrap outline Thanks! Sam
  3. Looks like you're right. For some weird reason that page had been set to a various diagonal snapping angles; is there some obscure keyboard shortcut that can set that? Anyway main point is that all's well now :-)
  4. See screenshot. Why on Earth has it suddenly started snapping on a weird axis? Been working on this document a while now and it's just started doing it. Any help would be much appreciated! Sam
  5. See screenshot. Unless I've misunderstood? But it doesn't look like Publisher thinks it's a group.
  6. OK, so one way of causing the issue is if you right click on the image and Rasterise the image when it's in the frame. Sorry, when I mentioned about embedded, I meant as in 'if you download the file I'm uploading, will it include the image or are you just going to get an empty picture box?' (because it's not very helpful of me if you don't get the image in the file as you won't be able to directly see the issue). I believe by default Publisher links to the file rather than embedding it into the document? Typically an X will not show on a picture frame with an image in it regardless of whether or not Preview Mode is on. With the bugged frame, the X is on for both Preview and Non-Preview mode. Apologies if I've misunderstood what you're getting at :-)
  7. I can't share the original file as it's a confidential company document. However, I copy / pasted the offending picture frame into a new document and it's still weird, so hopefully that should show your end? Also, in the frame properties even though it's set to 'None (Don't scale image)' it will still scale/distort the image when you adjust the frame. Let me know if the image isn't embedded in the file, I'm not sure how to check. Also worth noting that on the Publisher Beta, right clicking on the image does show the option to Convert to Picture Frame (but it's greyed out), but the frame/picture still doesn't work as it should. dodgy frame.afpub
  8. Why is the picture frame still showing a big X across the picture? Is it a bug or have I done something wrong? I placed the picture and then dropped the picture into a picture frame because for whatever reason the option to 'Convert to Picture Frame' didn't show up on right click (why is that?) Thanks for your help!
  9. Both colours are set to black when I create the mask and that's the result when I click the Mask Layer button in the layers panel (or Layer / New Mask Layer). Is there a special way of making the mask black that I'm missing?
  10. I'm trying to add a mask to this little grid of crosses and it should be making them invisible, right? But it's not. (I wanted to use a teexture brush to make them visible) The colour is set to black on the mask (tried turning it to white, doesn't seem to do anything). Am I doing something wrong? Thanks for your help!
  11. That fixed it, nice one! Didn't realise that could cause issues like that :-/ (or is it a bug and it shouldn't cause those issues?)
  12. Seems to be an issue with my textbox where it just cuts up words (see screenshot) if I use a specific font. Turning hyphenation on and off doesn't work, nor does resizing the textbox. Also tried flicking between all the Align options and it doesn't stop it from slicing up the text. It's a free font called Caveat, as the text corrects itself if I change the font (but then breaks again if I switch back to Caveat). Any reason why the font would be causing this? Happens on both stable and beta versions. I used this font on the old beta (i.e. pre-release) and didn't have this issue. caveat-bold.ttf caveat-regular.ttf
  13. Reshuffling is fine, it's that it had an issue whereby three overlapping tables were on the bottom of a page and trying to reshufffle to the next, but got caught in a limbo whereby they just flickered between the two pages constantly (i.e. the bottom of one, to the top of the next). It was impossible to grab each table and move it beneath one another as they just kept jumping around, they were just this glitchy clump of tables. Only way I could fix it was to delete the lot and manually create a fresh table in Publisher. Another thing that was odd on importing the document was that whilst most of the tables had been automatically set to 'InLine In Text', one particular group had been set to 'Float with Text'. No idea why. Don't know if that caused any particular glitches, but I just thought it a bit weird that 3 or 4 tables had come through with a different setting despite not seeming to be any different from any of the other tables in the Word document. Just loaded the file back up again this morning and was met with invisible tables (see screenshot). They were in the Layers panel and and you could select them, they were just invisible in the actual document. Only way to force them to show up was by backspacing a new paragraph line and then they all appeared again. I'll try running the Beta version and see if that helps. If it's helpful info for diagnosis, I'm running Mojave 10.14.5 with the below spec: iMac, 21.5 inch, 2017 3Ghz Core i5 16 GB DDR4 Radeon Pro 555 2 GB
  14. File uploaded. It imports OK (as in, doesn't crash) but not brilliantly (in that not everything displays right). I had to break up the tables on Word because some of the larger tables clumped together and made everything below them in the document disappear. Even then, some of the tables imported sitting on top of each other in a bit of a jumbled mess; if there were a few tables in a row (as in, 3 or 4) without text in-between them they usually imported on top of each other —one group I had to delete entirely and place in a Publisher-created table because they just wouldn't sit right. The crashing and quitting is somewhat random, but I could make it consistently crash if I tried changing the font size on the 'Normal' paragraph style (font didn't seem to matter). I've since gone through the whole document (in Publisher) and reset formatting on all the text (including everything in each cell) which seems to have helped (font size change no longer seems to automatically trigger a crash), but it is still very occasionally crashing. A lot of visual oddities too. If I adjust a font size or table and it causes the document to reshuffle (as in, some tables get moved onto another page, etc.) the pages sometimes 'screw up' (stuff on a page is invisible, auto-correct red lines randomly placed on a page, tables on top of each other); managing to click into a table and editing the text then seems to snap Publisher out of its confusion and it'll rejig the page so everything is back in its correct place (I'll try to get a screenshot if it happens again)
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