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  1. I uploaded this tex document as a rich text document, then changed the text to "body" which I had set to justify left. As you can see in the attached image, the program says it's justifying left when it is not. I've attempted changing the formatting, restarting the program, and so forth and nothing seems to bring forth any change in results. If this isn't a bug but a known fix I apologize, I browsed the forums but didn't see anything regarding this issue.
  2. This is an old error coming back from the death with yesterday updates. Activating hyphenation breaks paragraphs. Checked with different languages. Just now it makes the three apps unusable. Very serious as it affects all my ongoing works. Procedure: make a paragraph, justify alignment, activate hyphenation. ARRRRGH!!!!! (updated: also happens in other alignments, different on each aligment) Using all there 1.7.3 versions. It happens on the three apps. - MacOs 10.14.6 with Spanish as main language. . bad hyphenation.afpub
  3. How can I avoid in a text with full justification, the terrible looking automatic spaceing of a single word in a line (not the last line)?
  4. Latest version does not full justify text. Left, right and centre are fine, but the box for 'justify left' does exactly the same as 'align left'.
  5. Hi All, I am new to Affinity range. In PagePlus I had a text frame and I click on "Justify Paragraph". That kind of makes the text even within the text frame. In Affinity Publisher I see I have more choices, but experimenting I could find similar result. Did I miss something? Or how do I set this up and save as a favourite? Thanks in advance
  6. Just trying to remove the gaps. Couldnt find anything searching around. Thought maybe ya'll can help :) thanks
  7. Hi, I've had Affinity for about a week now and as an /affordable/ piece of software, I am loving it. Also bringing back memories of work experience several years ago at Wilford industrial estate... ;) but anyway, on to the problem.... Having a little bit of trouble with the full justify option - it just doesn't do anything attractive for my layout at all. Expecting it to space out my words nicely stretching across the full width of the frame and instead it's just adding a massive gap between the last two in the text frame! Not sure if there are settings to correct this or if the tool simply doesn't work as expected. Can anyone clarify what's going on with this one? Thanks.
  8. I am trying to "left justify" some copy and it only goes to "justified left/ragged right", no matter what I try. I don't understand why it won't justify on both sides. The other options work, center justified, full justified, but the left justified option only goes to a regular left/ragged right. Is there a special way to create a text box? I just typed out the text and it seems to have created it's own text box. thanks.
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