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  1. For various selected objects AfPub always reports only 1 specific value per property. That value is sometimes - but not always - just taken of the first selected item, in case of cmd-a it isn't. That way AfPub gives definitely wrong information for some objects. font size, ... or color. Examples: 2 objects, 2 fills > 1 color – version A + B: Text size – version A & B: Text – color & size & tracking: Last but not least, Text size – image frame:
  2. sportyguy209

    Font Size

    Hello: This may be a bug or just an oversight. If there is type in a paragraph that is say, 34 pts. And, you replace a word with a different size type, say 14 pts, and you select all, typically you would expect to see nothing for the type size (because there are two different sizes selected), but AD displays 34 pts for all. Screenshot attached... Thanks,

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