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  1. Windows 10 Home 1809, Publisher Sometimes when I scroll a document, some of it is 'shifted' slightly to the side of the rest of the document. It's difficult to explain in words so I've attached a GIF which shows the issue. The bit to look for is the top of the page that starts at the top of the Bullseye image. You can see that part of the page is sometimes drawn to the right of the rest of the page. This doesn't only happen with this document; I've seen it happen a few times. Is there something I can do about this?
  2. Dear Affinity community, I've just bought Designer and opened a document I created with the trial. trial: v1.4; full: v1.4.1 But after upgrading the letters are shifted: http://prntscr.com/b7rkir The Mac preview shows it right: http://prntscr.com/b7rkir Is this a bug and can I repair the document somehow? Best, Michael btw... wouldn't it make sense to categorize the forum?

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