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  1. I noticed today that I can't change (or even see) the Context settings for the Text tools in Designer (or Photo) 1.10.7, on iPadOS 16.3. As soon as I select the Art Text or Frame Text tools and draw on the screen with them, the bottom part of the screen goes black, hiding the lower tools on the left and right and the complete Context bar. Switching between landscape and portrait for the iPad doesn't help. I tried resetting User Data in the app, closing the app, and also Force Stopping the iPad. Nothing helps. Edit: Detaching the Magic Keyboard lets the context bar show when the on-screen keyboard comes up. So it seems to be related to having the physical keyboard attached. IMG_1144.MOV
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