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  1. Inline objects vanish when converting its parent text to a curve.
  2. I'm using Affinity Designer version 1.9.2 now. I found a problem that I think It's may a bug. Here is how to reproduce it: 1. Create a Text Object (Frame Text or Artistic Text) 2. Create some object and put it into the Text 3. Then Convert the Text Object into Curve (Using Ctrl+Enter or Button on Context Bar) 4. This will happen (Look at Transform properties) It's all I know. This's my first time I have wrote bugs report (and also I'm a English Speaker). So If It's clear enough, please inform me. Thanks for reading this!
  3. When I convert a text frame which has a pinned vector object (regardless of shape or curve) then the converted result has an extremely huge bounding box (e.g. 100 mm –> 14000 mm). The pinned object causes the issue, it gets upscaled + moved + copied multiple times, one for each layer of the converted text curve(s) object. v193 pinned > convert.afpub text & pinned > convert-to-curves.m4v
  4. I start with creating a text with graphic text instrument. I then fill the text with a pixel brush. I then convert the text to curves: The pixel filling seems to disappear, but after looking closer, it's still there, only at a very awkward position: x: about 50000 mm y: about 80000 mm and size of about 4 m x 5 m.
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