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Remove Anchor From Text?

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16 minutes ago, Mr. K said:

How do I remove an anchor from text without deleting the text?

As far as I know you would place the cursor right behind the anchor an hit 'Backspace' (on Windows). You have to make sure that anchors are visible. Then you see the effect.

Edit: you can also place the cursor right before the anchor and hit 'Delete'. This should work on a Mac as well.

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1 minute ago, dominik said:

As far as I know you would place the cursor right behind the anchor an hit 'Backspace' (on Windows). You have to make sure that anchors are visible. Then you see the effect.

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Thanks, that works on the Mac too. Seems it might make more sense if the Anchor graphic could be selected.

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Just now, Mr. K said:

Seems it might make more sense if the Anchor graphic could be selected.

This is true. Basically the cursor doesn't move if one tabs across an anchor. I make this due to the relatively new introduction of anchors into the software. They will be more polished after a while (that is my hope :) )

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