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  1. Hi there, I'm using Affinity Publisher for more and more things and I think it's already really great. But a few things are still annoying. I wanted to create a huge time table for family member's video conferences (we desperately need this at the moment...). I came up with a big table, every second line highlighted in grey (took me a while to figure out how table formats worked, but got it). Then I've started to highlight different (partially merged) cells with 2pt borders in different colors. Turns out, this is annoying. It's kinda hard to describe, but the "Stroke and Fill" property window doesn't really work very intuitive: - Each feature has to be selected very specifically, for example, simply clicking the box frame and then a solid line produces very different results, seemingly depending on what the cell looked like before. - Choosing a specific color doesn't allow to choose a recently used color, this part of the window always shows black, grey and white - ... Is there a way to improve this behaviour? If desired, I can try to illustrate this with a little screen video. Cheers, Christian aka SirWillibald
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