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  1. This remains unfixed, and is actually not limited to Publisher, but a bug across all Affinity products. 中日韓亞洲標點符號排版問題
  2. I'm using MacOS High sierra and Publisher 1.8.3 I'm experiencing text formatting problem which relates to hyphenation in Korean. Korean (as many Asian languages) does not normally need hyphenation. So I set none to hyphenation in Character panel and deselect auto hyphenation in Paragraph panel. I also select "Korean" in spelling and typography. Then I was expecting that the words in text should break (letter by letter) in lines. But it does not break in lines like western language without hyphenation being activated. Chinese and Japanese seem to doing fine on this matter. I'm attaching the sample that is made by one of forum members.
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