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Two questions really:

It's good that there are separate  adjustments for Hyphenation, Justification and Tracking. What seems to be lacking is any skilled tuition in the using of these factors, perhaps another good advanced video on the subject?

The second is:

What is the position over Multiline H & J, called "Adobe Paragraph Composer" in InDesign. Are we to get a much improved justifying algorithm which goes back to the previous full stop and rejigs the previous whole paragraph for best fit. Perhaps even altering character width as well as word and letter spacing. Even better, may we expect this in the near future? Only asking. (Grin)

John

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If they're questions, you probably should have posted in the Questions forum, not the Bugs forum :)

(And, I think your second is really a feature request, not a question. So perhaps one post in Questions and another in Feature Requests?)


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