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  1. Affinity Publisher 1.7.0.139 on Windows 7 (64bit, German) behaves as follows: Create a new document with a frame text and start typing with 'Replace text while typing' switched on. Typing (c) followed by a space somewhere in the middle of a text auto-corrects into a © followed by a space, and moves the text cursor behind this space. This seems to be the usual behaviour of auto-correction in more or less all software I know. Fine. Typing (c) followed by a space into the empty text frame (or at least at the end of the text) auto-corrects into a © followed by a space, and moves the text cursor directly behind the ©, so that the © is before the text cursor and the space is behind it. Strange... Typing (tm) followed by a space into the empty text frame (or at least at the end of the text) auto-corrects into a ™ followed by a space, and moves the text cursor directly before the ™, so that now there are two characters behind the text cursor. Even stranger... It would be nice if the auto-correct behaviour would always and reliably be as mentioned in (2). Andreas Weidner
  2. When I move an object with a mouse and hit the boundaries of my viewport, AD starts scrolling the canvas underneath so that I can reach any part of my canvas without having to zoom out. It does not do this with objects moved by keyboard arrows - is there a setting where I can change this?
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