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  1. Of no great importance but I noticed that for both Art & Frame text blocks flipping them vertically results in upside down text, just as I expect. However, while flipping Art text blocks horizontally causes the text to be written backwards as if in a mirror, like I expect, doing that with Frame text has no effect except for flipping where the extra control handle to change text & frame size at the same time appears. Is this by design or just a minor bug?
  2. I am using Affinity Designer (V1.5.4) on an Apple Mac. There seems to be a problem (or bug?) with the Flip Horizontal command (using the Toolbar button) on a text frame in that it doesn't flip the text. The little resize text dot in the bottom right moves to the bottom left but that is all. If you do a Flip Vertical command, that works as expected. The little resize text dot in the bottom right moves to the top right and the text is flipped. Is this a bug or is expected behaviour? It is a bit counter intuitive as it is at the moment. :unsure:
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