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After typing some text using the artistic text tool, I wanted to highlight a couple of the characters to make them Superscript but I noticed that the text was not highlighting.  I restarted Affinity Designer and tried again, same issue.  I just happened to zoom out while I was trying to figure out what was going on and then the text appeared highlighted.  I zoomed back in and the highlighting went away again, zoomed out and highlight returned.  So it's whenever I reach a specific point of zooming in that the highlight disappears.

Even though it doesn't show the highlight, it still acts as though the highlight is there, I was able to apply the superscript effect even when I couldn't see the highlight.

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Hi specialtydd,

This is something we're aware of and is caused by the document area not being in view. If it is in view then you will see the highlight, if it is not then it goes away. This is why it appears in your video when you zoom out. I will get your comments passed on to development.

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