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  1. I came across this bug today. This bug also existed in PagePlus and after a lot of BACK and FORTH you finally fixed it. Silly me, I should have looked at this earlier. I just tried retrieving the margins from the printer in both Designer and Phota and this bug is in both those applications as well. I was working on the creation of a stock certificate, using a pre-printed certificate that has a stylish frame that extends 32 mm in from the papers edge. I set the New document margins to 32 mm and kept all my text and graphics inside the margins. My HP K8600 printer has the following fixed margins (area's where the mechanism cannot print), of LEFT: 0.13" RIGHT: 0.13" TOP: 0.13" BOTTOM: 0.47" The observant will note that 32 mm is equal to 1.25984", thus my Spread Setup with Margins of 32mm all around is well within the mechanical design of my printer. Now, of course a stock certificate is printed in Landscape, so this should all work, right, NOPE! I am including images that have margins that are retrieved by the Affinity Publisher application, using the Spread Setup Button, Retentive Margin from Printer. One image is when I set Spread Setup to Portrait and you will note that the Margin at the bottom of the image occupies more space that the other three margins as this is an exact representation of the printers mechaincal design. The second image is when I set Spread Setup to Landscape (unchecking Portrait) and you will note that the Margin at the bottom of the image occupies more space that the other three margins and this is COMPLETELY WRONG. The 0.47" margin in the image should be on the far right of the image to accurately reflect the mechanical design of the HP K8600 printer. This is the exact same behaviour that I reported and you fixed in Serif PagePlus. The problem with this bug is that it manifests as an offset print in Landscape such that the output in this case overwrites that nice stylish frame on the stock certificate. Please, urgently, fix this, not only in Publisher, but also in Designer and Photo. Same code, same bug. I have added two WORD 201 documents with the margins turned on. I also showed the Page Layout Dialog. Word has always worked properly as expected when it comes to page layout and margins. I have added two Serif PagePlus documents, and you can handily see that the layour for the MArgins exactly matches that of Word 2010.
  2. In the panel "Table Formats" the UI appears a bit weird: – The option "Show Names" is useless because the names are covered by the icons. – With selected "Show Names" the icons seem to become vertically stretched and take more vertically space this way. – In large size the icons seem slightly to overlap. ... ... ...
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