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  1. Dear Support, I would like to suggest Greek language spelling and hyphenation tools for Affinity Publisher sooner or later! I consider them to be very important for my work. Thank you very much !
  2. If I write 10 microns (micro metres) using um where the "u" is the greek "mu" character, then I get a spelling correction red wiggly underline. If I copy this text into powerpoint, then no underline, as the dictionary has learned the "word" but Affinity Designer does not learn it and it being really annoying.
  3. While I was setting up my awful Greek vase joke (https://forum.affinity.serif.com/index.php?/topic/45700-you-cannot-be-serious/#comment-228438), I had an attempt at creating a key pattern as part of the decoration. I quickly gave up, as the detail would have been too fine on the scale I was working; but it planted a seed in my mind ... I'm sure I ought to have more important things to do (why? I'm retired!) but I ended up creating some pixel brushes to create key patterns. And here they are ... Key pattern.afbrushes They're a bit on the big side, apart from Key2-00, but of course you can change the size
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