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Jordan Becker

[Fixed] Justified All breaks layout on first line

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Starting this topic on request from your reply on my tweet: https://twitter.com/affinitybyserif/status/1097431968562769921


So I have a multiline text that has the "Justified All" property set for text alignment.

As you can see in the video, depending on the zoom level of the viewport, the text behaves in a weird manner. As if at some zoom the text is displayed as expected, at some other zoom the first line ignores the Justified All property, and in between there is a glitch that displays half of the text correctly, and half of the text wrong.


When exporting, with these dimensions, I got the half/half result. This issue was pretty annoying, and my workaround was to create multiple text layers instead of one multiline.


I included the .afphoto document to this thread, as well as the video and screenshot I posted on Twitter.


Hope this helps to investigate the issue, as it is very annoying.


Best regards,

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Thank you!


Just tested it out using the Customer Beta and I can confirm this effectively fixes the issue encountered!

I guess you can mark this one as solved then :) 

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Thanks for your help with this bug. We have now resolved the problem and will make the fix available in the next Mac release.

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