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Since Publisher v.2.0 till 2.2.0, I noticed (but was "lazy" to report here) that you could not always replace or modify a number in these fields as expected: If you modify only the number value (not the letters used for units) in width/height fields, only the first key pressed (or delete key) is taken in account. In Document settings > Width or Height fields Double-click on the number, to select only the number, not the unit: [210 mm] or insert the cursor into or just after the number: [2|10 mm or 210| mm — not 210 |mm nor 210 mm] Type a new value (2 or 3 digits long, say 420), to replace or complete it The Mac beeps after typing the first digit, and only the first digit is entered: . The rest  is lost Need to re-click in the field to type the rest again. (The same happens if you insert the cursor in the number instead of selecting the number.) Note: It doesn't happen if, at step 1., I do a single- or a triple-click in the field, so that everything is selected. But old habits are difficult to change; in other apps, I'm used to select only values to edit by double-clicking on it, or clicking inside it, and it should certainly be possible to do the same in Affinty's.
I couldn't immediately find a reference to this being reported previously so apologies if it has been... When editing the document width or height in the Document Setup dialog window, entering a new width or height value by editing an existing value isn't reflected in the opposing text entry box when the tab key is used with the link icon activated. Editing the value a second time will then correctly update the opposing text box correctly. Document Setup.mp4