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  1. Hi! Using Art Text tool there's problems with some kerning pairs (Ta, Te, Ti, To, Tu, Va, Ve, Vi, Vo, Vu... for example). Also, using the same tool, if you try to enter two lines, the letters from the second line overlap the first one.
  2. In AD there is a bug in the art text tool. 1. Using the art text tool create a single layer with 3 lines of text broken by returns. Something like: 2. Place the art text tool cursor somewhere in the middle of the second text line, like before the word “proposed” in the above example by clicking the mouse in this location. 3. Hold the shift key down and using a mouse click at the beginning of the same line to highlight all the words in the line before the word “proposed”. 4. Press delete. The cursor can't be seen but should be at the beginning of the second line. 5. Press a down arrow. The cursor will now show and it is at the beginning of the third line. 6. Hold shift down and click the mouse somewhere in the third line, like before the word “representatives” in the example. This should highlight “publishers consisting of” but it doesn’t it highlights from the position of where the cursor was when last clicked. So “roup, an informal group of publishers consisting of “ ends up being highlighted instead. AD thinks the location of the cursor is at a position other than what it is showing to be.
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