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  1. Is there a way to disable spellcheck, or at least the wavy lines in Designer?
  2. Hello, is there a way in affinity publisher to mark/highlight spelling error and word spacing errors like they do in microsoft word???
  3. I reported this bug in the Publisher Beta forum a week ago and didn't receive a response. It is also a bug in the retail version 171.404. If I use the Place function to import text into a publisher file, the auto spellcheck identifies words not in the dictionary but is unable to add those words using "Learn" It cannot "Unlearn" either. The History shows that even if the word is fully highlighted it isn't being detected and Publisher records it as an empty string. This only seems to occur when the Text Frame is created in a Master Page and not when a Text Frame is created on a document page. Publisher Spell Check Test Doc.afpub Publisher Spell Check Test.docx Extra - Learn doesn't work at all on pages in Text Frames created on Master Pages - Major bug in my view.
  4. I am using English as the main language on my iPad, but edit many Designer documents that contain german text. Now, some spellchecker does it's job and underlines most of the text with red dots in Designer. I have all spellchecking features under iOS settings turned off, and can't find any in Designer. Is there any other place where I can look? TLDR: I want all spellchecking turned off by default in Designer. And Photo, should it behave the same.
  5. Firstly, great to be able to have a look at Publisher for Windows - it looks really good. Small problem: although the language is (correctly) set to UK English in Preferences, the spellcheck marks 'centre' as an error, but not 'center'. It looks like it is checking US English.
  6. I have a document that uses tables, during translation it was very difficult for the translation service to recreate the table so I am now recreating them and pasting the translated text into a table image. All the text is red (as it is in Welsh). I did a quick browse of the forum and saw that you would need to add the word considered as miss-spelled to the dictionary. Thats' hundreds of words. Is there a way to turn of spell checking please? Please don't tell me this can't be done in a graphics program where any number of words are created or intentionally miss-spelled?
  7. Hi, I can only get my spellcheck in Affinity Designer (Windows) to work if I go to the language section at the bottom of the character panel and change it to English (British). The problem is that it won't stay as the default. For each new document I need to set it. If I open a previous document from when it wasn't working, I need to select the text first before it will use the British English language. It keeps using Unknown (en-Au). Does anyone know how to set it as the default please?
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