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  1. Hello, with Affinity Publisher (version 1.8.3.641) there is sometimes a problem when scaling photos: Usually it is like this: When the Move tool is active, the "dpi info" of the resulting effective "dpi" (more correct would be "ppi") is displayed in the context bar on the left (see appendix). Strangely enough, this is not always the case. Sometimes this info is completely hidden. The next day it runs correctly again. I can't figure out why. Could it be a bug? Please let me know if you know the problem or if I am missing something here. Translated with www.DeepL.com/Tra
  2. This one is driving me mad. Maybe my fault. Perhaps someone can solve the riddle for me formatting two text frames with the same paragraph style? See attached file. Step 1: Format the whole text on page 2 with paragraph style HB - 03 Fliesstext. Step 2: With the overflowing text create a text frame on page 3. This text should also be formatted with HB - 03 Fliesstext. Step 3: Now make the text frame on page 2 smaller in height and see what happens on page 3. Even if you do not have the font Milo OT, you can use any other font, should make no difference. Good luck and TIA.
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