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It's nice to have a sample file, Myke, however:

  1. It's best to have the description of the problem(s) in the forum post, not just in the sample file.
  2. It would be better to have the actual .afpub file that we can use to recreate the problem, not just a screenshot of the problem, if you can provide it.
  3. It's best to separate bug reports from feature requests, as they have different forums and are tracked differently.

For the benefit of others reading this topic, here's what Myke said in that .afpub file:
 

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2 problems that you will certainly have already solved or that I have just been too naïve to avoid.

  • Copying emoji from the Microsoft character table lost the colour.
  • Text wrap square 5mm margin with justification didn’ quite work as I expected.
  • I realise most folk won’t want it but is there an autosave option ?

 


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First bullet point has to do with not supporting color fonts and so because non-colored fallback glyphs are present, that's what Serif applications will use.


My computer is a nothing-special Toshiba laptop with unremarkable specs running Windows 10 64-bit.

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Hi Chris_K

 

The screen shot showed the justication.  Half way down the paragraph a single word is justified. T to the left, h in the middle and e to the right.  Ideally this single word would have pushed the rest of the paragrah along just from the beginning of the line rather than taking a whole line for one word.

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Your justification settings are wrong. You are likely using Justify All instead of Justify Left. The Justify options affect the last line of a paragraph.


My computer is a nothing-special Toshiba laptop with unremarkable specs running Windows 10 64-bit.

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