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  1. Was it really necessary to make the expiry date for the .399 beta so close to the actual release? I received my pre-ordered license codes this morning at 8am. Tried to print something from the .399 beta today before I had the chance to make the switch to 'Retail', only to get a "Beta Expired" message, and at a time when I didn't have internet access to download etc.
  2. There still appears to be some problems with resizing tables with the latest beta, 170.312. If I resize a table and then try and click on a cell to edit it, it will sometimes work, but on other occasions the click just highlights a different cell further away. I've attached a screen shot showing this and the file concerned. Trying to record this earlier also resulted in Publisher crashing, so I've appended the crash log too. Thanks, J Screen Recording 2019-05-12 at 07.52.39.mov Table Test.afpub Affinity Publisher Beta_2019-05-12-074950_Pluto.crash
  3. Unfortunately, this is not fixed in the 1.70.283 release. I may not have been clear in my first post that the problem is for multipage documents, where the grid isn't shown for any working page other than for page 1. With Preferences->Performance->Open GL When selecting page 1, or any other page, the grid is present on the page you are currently working on. With Preferences->Performance->Metal The grid is only present on the first page of a multipage document. If you select the second or other pages as your current working page, the grid doesn't show. J
  4. The bug that the current page doesn't show the grid layout when View-> Show Grid is selected appears to have returned for 1.7.0.249 when Preferences-> Performance-> Display: Metal is set (it works fine for Display:OpenGL) J
  5. Unfortunately, the problem is still present with 1.7.0.238, on both my machines (MacBook Pro Mid 2012, MacOs 10.14.3 ; Mac Pro 5,1, MacOs 10.14.3). Here's a short screen movie to show the issue. It is recorded from the MacBook after performing the 'reset' publisher sequence [<CTRL> at open, select all, clear, reset]. J Navigator Clip.mov
  6. I have noticed that the Navigator zoom value is not retained/is shown incorrectly after selecting a different page from the Pages panel. For example: 1) Create a new blank document 2) Zoom in to e.g. 150% using the Navigator panel. Screen zooms in as expected. 3) Double click on the page (or any other in a multi page project) in the Pages panel. The main view changes to a minimized representation of the page, but the Navigator panel still shows a zoom value of 150%. In addition to the incorrect value being shown, it would be helpful if the Navigator zoom value 'stuck' between switching pages. J
  7. I think I may also be experiencing this bug. Usually, the table headers are there, but in some cases they suddenly disappear. The only way to bring them back is to quit Publisher and restart. I have had this for text frame rulers too.
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