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  1. Text written in a Sanskrit font appears with a thin body weight instead of a regular weight. It exports at the proper weight in a PDF, but it looks wrong in the program itself. I have a body text that uses Roman letters, Japanese, Chinese, and Sanskrit in the same paragraph. I use the Noto Sans and Serif font families, including Noto Sans CJK JP, and Noto Sans Devanagari (as there is no Serif versions of these foreign language fonts). In the font selection field, all of the 9 style options for Devanagari are listed as "regular," even though they appear as light. This is not a problem in InDesign, where all 9 display properly, from Thin, to Regular, to Black. This is not an issue in InDesign or Word. I tried importing the text via IDML and via Word. In both cases, Publisher displays the Sanskrit text as a lighter version of its regular self. It then exports it as a regular weight. This difference in weight throws off the readability in Publisher, and may also effect the distribution of characters and line width.
  2. This thread is for people (like me) who are interested and hoping for support of Indic languages in Affinity Version 2 (V2). Sadly, there is still no support for Indic languages as of this moment, the 9th November, 2022. Features may be added in a future point-update or point-release. Let's all remain positive and hopeful that the staff and developers at Serif keeps the dialogue for Indic Languages and RTL Language support as open.
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