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  1. In Affinity Designer for iPad v1.6.4.45 I activated the setting to import text in PSD files as text instead as Pixel layer. I then opened a PSD document with a text layer that uses a font I haven't installed on my iPad. When selecting said layer now and switching to the text tool, instead of the name of the (missing/replaced) font it says in red "? cracked". I would expect at least a warning on opening the file that a used font isn't installed and maybe let me choose then between replacing it with a default font or importing affected layers as pixel layers instead.
  2. When importing a PDF of something similar to a scientific figure (dummy examples attached), the text is getting messed up. For example I am importing the attached Example.pdf and the axis labels and the legend spacing gets messed up (see Example2.pdf). Furthermore, when the PDF is exported (Example2.pdf), the text is no longer selectable in programs such as Acrobat Reader. iPad (5) iOs 12.0 (16A366) Affinity Designer 1.6.2.42 Example.pdf Example2.pdf
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