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  1. I use Japanese. Many Japanese OpenType features simply replace the glyph ID, that is, do not consider ligatures. Therefore, the efficiency will be much better if it can be specified from the Typography Panel. In some cases, there may be incorrect behavior, but it is the most troublesome thing that will not be implemented indefinitely to solve it. At first, no matter how many bugs there are. First, get the font information so that you can specify it from the Typography Panel. After that, think with the users.
  2. Using AfPub 1.8.3.641 on Win10 x64 When I type something with the "Salsa" Font, freely available e.g. here: https://raw.githubusercontent.com/google/fonts/master/ofl/salsa/Salsa-Regular.ttf , the text always uses the contextual alternatives for word beginning and ending. The behavior is the same whether I turn "Swash Letters" (Schwungbuchstabe) in the typography panel on or off. To test, get the font and try with AAA HHH SSS NNN MMM... May be related to
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