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  1. Dashed lines are not expanded correctly, see image. Left before and right after expand stroke.
  2. I never thought this to be possible on an editable font (no curves). 1. Make a compound of a rectangle and Artistic text. 2. Move the text a small distance to the right. Result: Moving away the text away from the rectangle results in a buckle. Move the text around the rectangle the buckle stays. Move the text a little bit into the rectangle, the buckle goes away. See attached image.
  3. Windows 10 Affinity Designer 1.8.0.585 Additional information This is happening when I'm editing a file that has been created with an older Designer version. With a completely new file, the inside stroke works as expected. Steps 1. Create an ellipse 2. Add a stroke 3. Change stroke alignment to inside Expected result The stroke is aligned inside Actual result The stroke is invisible, nothing is happening
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