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Hi there!

I'm not the very expert in DTP, I'm trying to setup a template for a customer but I'm experiencing a strange behaviour never happened before.

When I hit "Backspace" the cursor deletes characters but moves forward just as using "Tab"...

Am I doing something wrong?

 

Cheers,

Paolo

The white dog, making tools for artists, illustrators and doodlers

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Does this look similar to what you are experiencing?

 

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Hi Paolo,

I apologise for the delayed response we have been incredibly busy recently,

 can I ask if this is still an issue? I know it sounds silly but if you press the insert key on your keyboard does this behaviour change?

Thanks

Callum

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