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I reported this to Serif via email (I wanted to send a screen shot and chose email because I can't add screenshots here due to some forum bug). If anyone has the time to test this, it would be useful to know if anyone else can replicate it. The problem: trying to update an existing paragraph style fails because the "Update <name of style>" command is absent from the menu where it's expected. Procedure: from https://fonts.google.com download the font named Lobster (the one having only a single variant, not the similarly named font having four variants). This should display the f
Hello! New to Affinity Publisher! I have a PDF document and imported it to Affinity. When I want to select the first paragraph to create a paragraph style, the cursor only selects the line it is on. Lines are marked as layers... each of them. I don't understand if i have to group all lines in paragraphs... the doc is 40 pages. That would be crazy! Anyone knows what's going on? I am so thankful in advance for your help! 🙏
Hi, In many texts I like to see indentation on the first lines of paragraphs, but never when they are immediately preceded by a header. When the previous body paragraph format is the same, there should be indentation on first line of that paragraph. See image attached. Is there any help to get from Affinity Publisher when this has not been set in the text from the beginning? Let's say I've already got a text with some levels of header paragraphs styles but only one body style. Is there any way I can achieve the indentation illustrated, in a simpler way than manually reassigning
Publisher is the first page-composition program (or word-processing "engine") in which I have encountered a Leading Override option. The program's online help notes: "The Leading Override setting can be used in cases where you have a handful of characters that need special handling, for example, because they use different fonts with sizes that look visually different." "Handful of characters" — and Leading Override's being in the Character palette, not the Paragraph palette — struck me as meaning it's an optional setting that can be applied to a few selected characters for special purpose