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Just wondering if anyone knows what would be causing this? I am using Designer 1.9.0.932.

When I press CTRL+G to group all the layers, the text moves completely off screen - never had this happen before when I group items, so not sure what to check. The only thing I've done different to when I've used Designer before is using the "Draw stroke behind" for the order, which I can't imagine would do much to affect things.

 

Images below show exactly what is happening, all I do is try to group the layers, it happens with the hotkey or right clicking to group.

 

TIA.

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There is currently a problem in the 1.9.0 release where certain text layers once grouped will be resized and hence change their position. This has been fixed in 1.9.1 which is expected to be released this week

In the meantime, you can group all other (non-text) layers then drag the text layers into the group, which should work as expected


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