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  1. Thanks. Hopefully Serif will realize that this is kind of a deal-breaker for the Asian market and start working on it. Cheers.
  2. How so? @GabrielM can help? BTW this is not just a Mac problem, Windows as well. Thanks.
  3. Serif seem to be somewhat aware of this issue, but thus far have not found the urge and/or manpower to fix it. Cheers.
  4. Serif seem to be somewhat aware of this issue, but thus far have not found the urge and/or manpower to fix it. Cheers.
  5. FYI, below are the threads on probably the same issue: Cheers.
  6. Serif seem to be somewhat aware of this issue, but thus far have not found the urge and/or manpower to fix it. For the time being, the lack of proper support for CJK punctuations/typesetting renders all Affinity products unusable to Asian/CJK users for any work that involves significant amounts of CJK textual content. Cheers.
  7. Thanks for the post. Serif seem to be somewhat aware of this issue, but thus far have not found the urge and/or manpower to fix it. For the time being, the lack of proper support for CJK punctuations/typesetting renders all Affinity products unusable to Asian/CJK users for any work that involves significant amount of CJK textual content. Cheers.
  8. Ah ok. Thx for reply. BTW I'm actually a Windows user instead of Mac. Cheers.
  9. Thx! Can you help me to move this thread to the Windows section?
  10. If you still don't understand after watching the videos, please let me know. Thanks. Document1 - Word 2018-12-21 7_03_37 PM.mp4 Affinity Designer 2018-12-21 7_05_03 PM.mp4
  11. No, Word won't do that. If you say this is "by design", it simply means Affinity Designer and Publisher are not suitable for the Asian market. I'd take a video and show you how it should work. Cheers.
  12. Yes, basically it's more or less the same as in English, e.g. commas and full stops shouldn't appear at the beginning of a line, unless you specifically make it so. Right now, Affinity Designer and Publisher doesn't recognize these rules, perhaps because they do not recognize the Asian punctuation marks? See the link below for more details: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Line_breaking_rules_in_East_Asian_languages Thanks!
  13. Similar to the linked issue, Windows has the same problems. Posted previously on "Feature Requests" but there has been no feedback thus far. Cheers.
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