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  1. When assigning keyboard shortcuts in APub there is an option “Apply to all”, which means that the new shortcut will work for any Persona. You can choose Photo Persona and assign the shortcut for, say, “Layer > New Fill Layer”. It will work amazingly OK in Publisher Persona, though there is no such menu command there (Publisher does not have Fill Layer in it’s menu). But it only works until the program restart. Sadly enough.
  2. The problem and the description are in the attached file on page #1. the_MASK_bug.afpub
  3. To get a crash you should press "Replace ALL" instead of just "Replace".
  4. And this is another bug. "Header 3" style does not show up in the "Replace" section, because it is a child style of Header 2. In Text styles studio try to choose "Show Hierarchical" option and then unroll parent style "Header 2" (by clicking on the triangle to the left). After this it should show up in “Find and Replace” studio.
  5. AP replaces wrong cells and crashes. All instructions are in the attached file. Find_Replace Bug In Table.afpub
  6. Did someone move this topic from bugs branch to this one?
  7. Exporting as a tiff does not preserve overprint option.
  8. Can you give an example of this? Anyway, InDesign is doing pretty well without non-global colors.
  9. Can anyone explain to me: why do I need to have the not global colors in a document and what it’s benefit over the global colors?! As I see it, the existence of not global colors just makes life harder.
  10. Hi Sean P. It’s indicated in my third step above: “paste it several times(!) on a text path.” So make your blue symbol smaller and populate it 3 times along your path. Save, close, reopen and you’ll see what I mean. Test 2.afdesign
  11. Symbol instances populated along text path if they are center aligned, do not keep their position after saving and reopening the document. Do as the following:1. Create a path and convert it to a text path.2. Create any shape and convert it to a symbol.3. Copy symbol instance to the clipboard, then paste it several times on a text path.4. Assign Center Alignment to this text path.5. Save and close this document.6. Reopen this document.7. Watch how your symbol instances on a text path got shifted.
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