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  1. This was not an issue on 2.0, just appeared after the 2.1 update was installed. The image below shows a PDF I exported before the update. When I opened the file to apply reviews on the document, I'd noticed that all brands that should include a non-breaking hyphen had a non-breaking space instead. And even when I tried to apply the hyphen back, it just doesn't work anymore. Hope this could be a quick fixed or I have to installed 2.0 back again. I need this project done today or tomorrow.
  2. AFPUB, OSX 10.15.3 Catalina Please review this old report - @Pauls had indicated the issue had been logged, but the problem remains in the latest beta version: Text and Index Frames split numbers - have danglers By thetasig, July 9, 2019 in Pre 1.8 Publisher Bugs found on MacOS Thank you.
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