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  1. I'm Brazilian, and many words have accents. Every time I type one of these letters as á, à ã, ç, é, ó, í, or similar, I got one symbol before the actual letter. I think people that write other languages, specially latin languages with tons of accents have experienced the same problem. It is not a big deal, but it's kind of annoying when you are typing a huge text and have to go back to correct every time you use an accent on a letter. Thanks
  2. When entering composite characters, e.g., entering an á using the US International/Extended keyboard layout by pressing first the ' (apostrophe) key, then the a key, both the first and the combined characters are entered in Affinity Publisher. The correct behaviour should be to temporarily show the first character of a composite, then if a valid character for a composite is entered, e.g., an a after an ', then show only the composite á if an invalid character for a composite is entered, e.g., a b after an ', then show both the first and second characters
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