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Change Case option for Text with "Sentence Case", "Upper Case", "Lower Case" etc

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If this happens, it will be a Publisher feature. It hasn't been done yet, though. To do a good job it needs to be language sensitive.

Also, to do it as a text style would be ambitious, but if it isn't I think having it work in a different way to All Caps, Small Caps etc might be confusing.

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13 minutes ago, Dave Harris said:

If this happens, it will be a Publisher feature. It hasn't been done yet, though. To do a good job it needs to be language sensitive.

Also, to do it as a text style would be ambitious, but if it isn't I think having it work in a different way to All Caps, Small Caps etc might be confusing.

 

Yes, I think too it as a Publisher feature like PP

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5 hours ago, Arun Sarkar said:

Dear Sir

Greetings of the day!!!

Please consider to add option of  Change Case for Text, like "Sentence Case", "Upper Case", "Lower Case" etc in Affinity.

 

Thanks in advance

 

It is very interesting: in Quark and InDesign, not all options from "Change Case >" menu are implemented into character style. It would be very nice if all of them will be included in Publisher. 

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I work with comics and I was looking for a feature in text style that implemented the "sentence case" option. I couldn't find it so I created a keyboard shortcut for it.

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