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  1. The "thin space" is treated as a breaking character in the 1.8.4 betas, whereas it was previously a non-breaking character, such as in the 1.8.3 release. When I open the attached document in Publisher 1.8.3 release, this is what I see: But when I open the same document in beta 1.8.4.687, I see the question mark (last character in the frame) has been separated from the word it precedes: I have only noticed it today in beta 687, but I am sure it goes back to one of the earlier betas, because I have a printed document that was printed some weeks ago with an earlier beta. Edit: I should have noted that I am on an iMac with macOS 10.14.6. breakable_thinspace.afpub
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