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  1. Summary: When formatting text that had multiple font versions (e.g. Helvetica that has Light, Light Oblique, Regular, Regular Oblique, Bold and Bold Oblique) the font chosen gets changed to the wrong version in the dropdown. When I am using Helvetica and I click the Bold button, the software thinks i also clicked the Italic button. When I try to click the Italic button off. It will not let me. Steps to Reproduce: Make a document and try to format text with a font such as Helvetica. Hit the Bold button. Expected Results: The font is only made bold. Actual Results: The Font is made bold and italicized as well as the dropdown for the font version is changed to Bold Oblique even though only the Bold button was hit. SW: Affinity Publisher Beta 1.7.0.145 Computer: Macbook Pro Mid 2014 running MacOS 10.13.6
  2. retrograde

    Purple Heart

    Hey all, here's the latest piece I've just finished in 1.6 b1. It's a fun and colourful graphic Heart illo I'm selling on Redbubble (shameless plug). ;-) Yes I know it's pink but purple heart sounds better. It's basically all line work with some filled in shapes but it's really the first time I've done a piece like this in Designer using the path or stroke pressure feature pretty much exclusively. It takes a little getting used to but it ended up feeling really nice and comfortable and kinda slick as compared to illustrator's method. Gotta say though, the expand stroke nodes situation is still a major issue for me as I usually expand and unite everything to make a watertight piece. It almost forced me to abandon Designer for this and jump back to illustrator. But I stuck with it and I'm happy with the final product. Here's a link to my Redbubble page showing it on various products. The bold colour and linework really pops. https://www.redbubble.com/people/kevincreative/works/26652427-purple-heart-i-know-its-pink-but-there-it-is
  3. Bri-ko

    Using MS IME

    I use Microsoft IME for inputting Japanese characters. When I tried a test I found that I could not bold the Japanese characters. I chose MS IME for Japanese, set the font to MS PMincho, selected text, typed in the characters I wanted (worked exactly as expected), tried to bold the character and bold was not enabled in AD. Neither was Italics. The underline function was present and works. I use this IME regularly and all functions are implemented within other products, MS Word, Serif DrawPlus, etc. I see from the language selections that you are aiming this at the Japanese market - this functionality might be important for fixing or implementing asap. Thank you, Bri-ko
  4. Pic 1 - Having this text Pic 2 - Double click to edit Pic 3 - Select text Pic 4 - Change color Pic 5 - Cant toggle Underline/Bold/Italics
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