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Bug in auto-correct:

Typing the following -

As the companies came closer, a Meeting of the

The M in meeting was automatically capitalized and should not be. It happened in similar cases as well. 

Turning off  "Capitalise first letter of sentences" in Edit>Preferences>Auto-Correct stopped this from happening, but then sentences aren't automatically capitalized.

Great product! 

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I cant quite replicate what you are getting as I always get a capital letter at the start of a new paragraph.

 

I would also expect to see a list of words in the auto correct section of preferences. Did you delete all of yours?


Living the Dream since 1964 - about 25 years left

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In the german translation of the Publisher Preferences it is "Capital letter at the first letter of a new sentence” (Erster Buchstabe in SÄTZEN groß schreiben). That is useful. But it is not useful if you insert a hard line break, what is not necessarily a new paragraph. 

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for a line break (shift return) it works as expected. What I cant replicate is your 3rd example


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ok, Affinity Publisher is a very great work  and I can live with the described function or problem. A shift return is a soft line break with effects for justification for example and it works correct, but a normal line break can be a break without any other key and in my opinion there is no reason to write the first letter as a capital letter, maybe in poems … and the german translation in Publisher is "Capital letter at the first letter of a new sentence” (Erster Buchstabe in SÄTZEN groß schreiben) so after a full stop. But anyway, it is a great software and a very small problem :-) Thank you very much for your answer. 

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