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  1. Publisher 1.7.0.238. It would be useful to a lot of users if the "Special characters and glyphs" page of the Help could give: * what each character looks like (if possible); * a short explanation of what it does, or what it can/should be used for; * a good visual example of where it has been used. Some characters are fairly self-explanatory - "Page Number", "Copyright", etc. - but some, such as (but not limited to) "Soft Hyphen", "Sixth Space", "Zero-Width Non-Joiner" and "Punctuation Space" are meaningless to people without a good DTP/printing background. I'm sure there are lots of explanations around the web but it would be nice if users didn't have to search for them. Obviously the Help isn't finished yet, but it would be a shame if this sort of useful information was omitted.
  2. with certain fonts, the Glyph Browser in Affinity Designer doesn't display anytime, but stays empty (e.g. with "Double Digits", "European Pi"). It seems that the Glyph browser ha a problem with symbol fonts.
  3. I have an AD file that has some text from a font (Lavenderia) that has overlapping glyphs. They are displayed and rendered correctly in AD, but upon export (with or without rasterization enabled), the stroke around both the behind and in front character is visible (i.e. the rear glyph's stroke is not obscured by the front glyph's stroke). in AD: Resulting PDF:
  4. Hello, everyone - Is there any way to access all of the contextual alternates and/or glyphs to a given font on the iPad? I know the glyph browser was just added to the desktop versions, but I wanted to make sure I hadn’t missed it on the iPad. Looking to get some snazzier Zs from Zapfino like I can on the desktop... Thanks!
  5. Does Affinity Designer have Swash or Glyph Panel/Viewer like in Adobe Photoshop?
  6. There is no glyph menu as in Illustrator to choose. Instead of cut in paste from Illustrator or sketch or changing your keyboard in Unicode. I found an alternative.There is a little mac software called "SVGSUS". You can click and drag an icon from this app to another. Of course, it works on Affinity designer. You need to import your icon as SVG or in a folder with a lot of SVG. Material icon are already imported and for font awesome, I found a repositories where all "characters" had been exported in SVG. Check this out: http://www.svgs.us and for font-awesome: https://github.com/encharm/Font-Awesome-SVG-PNG Max
  7. There is no glyph menu as in Illustrator to choose. Instead of cut in paste from Illustrator or sketch or changing your keyboard in Unicode. I found an alternative.There is a little mac software called "SVGSUS". You can click and drag an icon from this app to another. Of course, it works on Affinity designer. You need to import your icon as SVG or in a folder with a lot of SVG. Material icon are already imported and for font awesome, I found a repositories where all "characters" had been exported in SVG. Check this out: http://www.svgs.us and for font-awesome: https://github.com/encharm/Font-Awesome-SVG-PNG Max
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