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  1. Bug? Natural limitation? By design? Worth a feature request? I made some graphical elements and turned them into a text frame. In every text frame I put the number 2 in Arial 7pt, vertically and horizontally centered. And there are "big" differences concerning height and width of the text frames before I get an overflow. Worst limitation has the circle, everything below 4,6 mm results in an overflow. How do I get past this limitation WITHOUT having two separate elements or converting the text to curves? In Indesign the widht / height limitation is at about 2,6 mm. I know 4,6 mm is not much, but you can do this the other way round, making circle and font bigger, but it is (for me) impossible to nearly fill the circle with a number. There are always big margins. Attached a file for playing. textframes.afpub
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